Comment posted Devo Plus: enter the Trojan Horse by Robert Wakeham.
I think there are others as well as Alex playing this game.
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- And while we’re on the subject, an SNP (opposition) councillor working for an SNP parliamentarian is hardly a conflict of interest, and to suggest that journalists are by definition dishonest is rubbish.
I’m beginning to wonder if ‘Kat’s Komments’ is not so much a cynical, strongly opinionated observer of the world around them – or even a ranting crackpot – as a ‘construct’ by someone just in it for the stirring.
- Is it that unusual for a local councillor to also have a job in central government with their political party? I’m more intrigued by politicians who are elected to more than one government, and then apparently juggle their time between the two.
- Try googling work.will.
- If you’re so sure it’s a fact, then please identify the source – properly – otherwise it’s nonsense.
- I agree – people who present unbelievable statistics as facts don’t have any credibility and wind up damaging their own cause.
Recent comments by Robert Wakeham
- Gigha community ownership on brink of failure
Longshanks, I don’t know enough about Gigha to make any comment at all, save for observing that you, as an enthusiastic user of this blog, are an unpleasant little hypocrite.
- Public consultation for Tarbert on pedestrian facilities for A83 through the town
Good news that the Barmore Road / Harbour Street junction pedestrian problem is being addressed.
Travelling up Barmore Road in a Citylink bus also demonstrates another (less dangerous but very tedious) problem, where the A83 of standard 5.5m width is routed through an urban area involving pavements, kerbs and stormwater drains in the edge of the road.
In both Tarbert and Arrochar these storm drains are set lower than the road surface, so that buses and HGVs are forced to bump their way along the road if they’re to avoid colliding with oncoming traffic.
And this in the country that once produced engineering innovation – and pioneering geniuses like John Loudon McAdam – pretty sad, really.
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Well said, Integrity? – and it’s a sad fact that there was a surfeit of ‘tiring and childish abuse’ in the lead-up to the referendum.
The endless chanting of ‘bitter together’ was enough to put me right off voting yes, and political debate does seem to bring out the worst in some people and polarise issues to an extent beyond childish.
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I must be missing something – plenty of photos, but not of the bow ramp, and it doesn’t seem to feature anywhere in the videos.
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I’d like to suggest that Transport Scotland invest in one more wig-wag sign warning of potential trouble on the Rest & be Thankful, to be sited at the entrance to the Holyrood parliament, as a reminder to our dear MSPs of what’s going on in the real world.
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