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Some significant SNP misjudgments

The Court of Session has judged that the SNP Scottish administration did not have the authority to close churches for public worship in Scotland during the coronavirus pandemic. The judgment has been published on the last day of the current Scottish Parliamentary session but it is as significant as any of the other judgments in …

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Whither the First Minister?

James Hamilton's commissioned report on whether the Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon broke the ministerial code was published this afternoon. It clears the First Minister of four charges of breaching the ministerial code but states that she had given MSPs an "incomplete narrative of events" by failing to tell them about a key meeting. This …

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Controlling the population

There are many subtle ways of controlling people. One of the most powerful is through money. This is seen in various ways. Employment The most obvious way is one's employment. People are being controlled through fear of losing their job. Diversity training is used to produce a secular conformity among the working population. Finance Another …

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Build Back Better and what is behind it

When I first heard it, I thought 'Build Back Better' was terrible English. My opinion has not changed. It is a terrible slogan. However, it has been adopted by Joe Biden and Boris Johnson. Why? Michael Gove used it at the Scottish Tory Conference yesterday in Glasgow, opposing it to the SNP agenda, and he …

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Time to replace the SNP Scottish Administration

The Scottish Christian Party is supporting the aims of All For Unity in the Holyrood Election on 6 May 2021. The SNP is trying to use this Scottish Parliament election to justify a second Referendum for Scotland to leave the UK. This threatens the Christian constitution of Scotland because any new constitution of a separate …

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The truth and “the whole truth”

Last week, the former First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond drew attention to "the whole truth" in the oath normally administered in sworn testimony. The Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints (Committee of Inquiry) had invited him to speak to the Inquiry as he had been the victim of a miscarriage of …

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A summary of Christian action

A Christian friend has raise the important point where Christians can find answers to pressing questions in public life. In testimony to him and his acknowledgment of this concern I have decided to gather together some former blogposts for reference. There are lobby groups in England and Australia but Scotland needs a reformer and Christian …

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