Comment posted Council issues prompt response on Martha Payne’s NeverSeconds clampdown by Andy.
“Too busy educating the youth of this country, and others in law and politics.”
If this is your view of this situation then I would worry about the slant which one of your students may take from your lectures. It seems straightforward to me, somebody somewhere messed up big time and the Council leader sorted it. He would not have needed to consult anybody to realise what needed to be done.
Andy also commented
- I rest my case.
- “For Anne,
This is not about scoring points against the snp”
That is exactly what it is and it gets very predictable and boring after a bit. Many on here have criticisms of all parties for various reasons but they make their point and get on with life. Others will use any excuse to have a go at one party even using a nine year old girl to further their vendetta. It is quite sad really. Do you really care about her, Mary’s Meals, dinner ladies, free speech and censorship? I doubt it.
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“Poor Andy” doesn’t really do “upset” but when inconsiderate people like yourself use language which is not suitable for children on a site which is not restricted to over 18s, then I do wonder at the mentality of such contributors. I can swear along with the rest of them but there are times and places where it is not acceptable. If you can’t make your points without such language then you should go and find yourself an education.
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“Secondly, only a small percentage of those eligible to vote, voted for the SNP.”
So is this how you would wish an election result to be calculated in future? By a percentage of eligible voters? That has only been tried once before in the UK, strangely enough, in Scotland. The UK government fiddled the result of the 1979 referendum by applying the 40% rule. But it was in Scotland so it didn’t matter. Got to keep those Jocks in their place, haven’t we?
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Jimmy McQueen? Council Leader? You’re having me on. Seriously? Nah. That’s a misprint surely.
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It probably cost the same as a Labour MSP’s literature.
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I also had to call my son to check he was OK. This is a pub I know he goes to when he is in Glasgow and he is presently at the nautical college just across the river and was out celebrating his last written exam last night. He was not there but he is very concerned that many of those from the college will have been.
Scotland is a small country and a tragedy like this will affect many people. Everybody will know somebody who was affected by this event. You hear of tragedies all over the world and think only briefly of those affected. The further away it is, the less you are concerned.
I remember the horror of the Dunblane shooting where a member of my family was among those killed. I also remember the Ibrox disaster many years ago where I knew one of the victims. You think that that is not the sort of thing which happens in Scotland. Unfortunately it does and this tragedy shows that it will again. The response of others to these events is what comforts survivors and families affected. Everybody should be thinking not just of those killed and injured and their families, but of those who helped afterwards. They will also have been much affected by the events of last night.
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