The SNP leader Angus Robertson is allowed two questions at PMQs every week, and he asks them with surgical precision.
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:
Scottish National Party officials have been left red-faced after blocking a candidate selected by members on the basis that they “failed vetting” — only to find the approved candidate they imposed on a local party embroiled in a tax avoidance scandal.
The SNP and their embattled suspended MP Natalie McGarry have both denied suggestions of inconsistencies in the campaign spending returns for her landslide general election victory in Glasgow East.
Revelations that embattled MP Natalie McGarry transferred a ‘four-figure cash sum’ in an effort to resolve the issue of funds ‘missing’ from a campaign group she co-founded are set to open up a whole new can of worms for the Scots nationalist — who has already made herself available for interview by police.
A PayPal login at the centre of a scandal over £30,000 in ‘missing donations’ was linked to the bank account of a nationalist MP, it has been revealed.
A Nationalist MP linked to a police investigation over £30,000 in missing campaign funds attempted to blame terrorism for her disappearance from Twitter shortly before the scandal broke.
An MP who used taxpayers’ money to back her boyfriend’s non-profit consultancy work failed to declare extensive links to a lossmaking charity — and their joint partnership in a business set up to support it.
With former cabinet minister Alastair Carmichael fighting an election court case and standards watchdog inquiry after he lied about attempts to damage Nicola Sturgeon with dodgy leaked memo, the SNP have been positively salivating at the prospect of the Lib Dems’ last MP in Scotland being a guinea pig for the Recall of MPs Act:
A company owned by a nationalist MP linked to a mortgage fraud investigation boasted about flogging Scottish social housing to English investors at dramatically reduced prices, Scrapbook can reveal.