Daily Record Westminster editor Torcuil Crichton reports on the debut of Alex Salmond and his close ally Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh MP as delegates to the Council of Europe:
Scrapbook has fixed the latest Tory poster … Ed Miliband in Alex Salmond's pocket would mean chaos for Britain. #VoteConservative http://t.co/i9tyT04JHr pic.twitter.com/zBCIYGenwp — Conservatives (@Conservatives) March 9, 2015
The media have made much of the existential threat presented to David Cameron’s career in the event that the ‘No’ campaign lose the referendum. But before the polls tightened dramatically it was Salmond who getting asked about quitting. He told reporters in September: “No. We will continue to serve out the mandate we have been […]
Whatever the result of Thursday’s referendum, Alex Salmond will continue to rule the political roost in Scotland. But is could have been so different. This was apparently his idea of campaigning back in 1999: Why on earth is there a photo of Salmond feeding a Solero to a woman? Why? How?? pic.twitter.com/jSMQ9sKdrn via @leeblackwood — Mark […]
Point blank refusing to set out what Scotland’s currency alternative to the pound would be, Alex Salmond was booed last night during his STV debate with Alastair Darling: This is not a first such outing for Big Eck. There was the 2012 Olympic ceremony for returning Scottish athletes: And the, errrr, ‘raucous’ Ryder Cup golf […]
Alex Salmond’s promotional train: perfectly on message until someone opens the doors. If @Jon_Hodgkins‘ tweet isn’t a photoshop then it’s an even better lettering fail than Andy Burnham standing next to that NHS van.
If Salmond had a ticket … #bettertogether #indyref #Oscars pic.twitter.com/zyiX7MvYGr — Political Scrapbook (@PSbook) March 3, 2014 Be sure to follow us on Twitter for #lulz we don’t put on the blog.
A grim inevitability to this after the Thin White Duke decided to intervene in the Scottish independence debate last night: Oh no! Both Alex Salmond and Johann Lamont are dropping David Bowie lyrics into their contributions at First Minister's Questions. #fmqs — Joe Pike (@joepike) February 20, 2014 Cringe.
The Scottish Government’s independence white paper — launched at a press conference with Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon earlier — gets to grips with the really big issues … namely being able to watch Brucie on Strictly. A partnership between a license fee-funded Scottish broadcaster and the BBC, which would ensure that: “Current programming like EastEnders, Doctor Who, and Strictly […]
One of Glasgow’s top detectives said that Scottish police weren’t bothering to investigate claims of phone hacking against hundreds of people in the country, it has been claimed. With Strathclyde Police having made precisely zero arrests for the offence, a Scottish law magazine quotes an unnamed source as suggesting Detective Superintendent John McSporran had his […]