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 on: Today at 02:00 PM 
Started by Masaka - Last post by Caz
 @ Invisibleman......First of all, I didn't say 'you asked Aileen to apologise'. Secondly, 'I'm sorry if that's how you took it' is not an apology.....especially when you 'clearly' misunderstood Margaret's comment and in doing so, commented on something Margaret 'didn't say'! I had to point out the difference to you myself....and now thirdly you 'misled Aileen again' by claiming to have responded to what Margaret 'actually' said when you 'clearly' didn't! The fact is, you 'did' come across as though you were setting out to dismiss the Yes campaign, so Aileen was right! Now I see you're back to 'most people'!  Rolling Eyes Margaret is really the one you should have apologised to for getting it wrong in the first place and I seriously doubt Aileen would want an apology anyway!

 on: Today at 01:58 PM 
Started by MurrayRocks!! - Last post by iamabritt
Rod Stewart

 on: Today at 01:56 PM 
Started by Shooting Star - Last post by iamabritt
Leonardo Meyer

 on: Today at 01:56 PM 
Started by Quackers - Last post by iamabritt
Anthony Quinn.

 on: Today at 01:55 PM 
Started by Elly - Last post by benniebone
Dancing in the dark  Bruce Springsteen

 on: Today at 01:55 PM 
Started by Mark - Last post by iamabritt

 on: Today at 01:54 PM 
Started by Mark - Last post by michelle

 on: Today at 01:42 PM 
Started by Masaka - Last post by Littlebuddha
This is when the  fun begins, Cameron, Milliband and Clegg will have  hell of a job persuading their MP's devolve further powers to Scotland. Milliband does not want to lose 40 labour seats in Scotland. He will because Scottish voters feel that he is not doing enough about the economy and too many people are struggling to make ends meet. Many people see little difference between Labour and the Tories. The SNP does not have to do anything it will happen anyway few people have little belief in the UK parties. All Gordon Brown has done is to highlight the differences between the three parties. The General Election will bring it all to a head al people in Scotland have to do is be patient.

 on: Today at 01:29 PM 
Started by Masaka - Last post by Littlebuddha
The SNP has had 5000 new members registered over the past couple of days.

 on: Today at 01:07 PM 
Started by eira_arian - Last post by invisibleman18
Not really relevant here since they traditionally only contribute 1 or 2 seats max anyway, not quite as significant as the Lib-Dems were. One of them is a more extreme right wing who always join up with them and the other is basically an independent who calls himself a party and always wins his electorate (my current electorate as it happens though I didn't vote for him) and goes with whoever gives him the best job - he has been part of both left and right wing Governments.

They never really have influence other than getting the major party over the 50%. It's a weird proportional system here rather than First Past the Post like in the UK. National (the incumbent) got 48% of the party vote but somehow that equates to 62 out of 120 seats so over 50%. I don't really understand how that works. You get 2 votes - for an MP for your electorate and for an overall party - so it's something to do with the number of MP wins they got combined with the party vote.

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