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ENG: Alexander Elliot Anderson "Alex" Salmond (born 31 December 1954) is a Scottish politician and current First Minister of Scotland. He became Scotland's fourth First Minister in May 2007. He is the Leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), and Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for Aberdeenshire East. From 1987 to 2010 he served as Member of Parliament for Banff and Buchan in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom. Salmond previously held the position of leader of the SNP from September 1990 until he stepped down in September 2000. Following the establishment of the devolved Scottish Parliament in 1999, he was elected MSP for Banff and Buchan, thus simultaneously representing the area as both Member of Parliament (MP) and MSP. Salmond resigned as SNP leader in 2000 and ...
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MSP pushes Salmond to explain Games failures


FIRST Minister Alex Salmond has been called on to explain why the organisers of Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games have failed to meet dozens of milestones.Robert Brown, a Liberal Democrat MSP, said the missed targets were “extremely worrying” and called for urgent answers.The 2014 Games are being run by Glasgow 2014 Ltd, known as the Organising Committee, along with Scottish Government and city council funders.A draft of the committee’s latest business plan has been leaked to the Herald’s sister paper the Sunday Herald. It shows 46 milestones have not been met. Dates ...


Alex Salmond enters summer recess with rivals still on ...


... defensive And so we ended much as we began. This session of the Scottish Parliament went out with a rampant SNP, a worthy but dull Labour leadership, a gallant but failed Tory intervention and a clip round the ear for the Liberal Democrats.Quite how Alex Salmond has managed to stay so completely on top when all around him his policies are crumbling and his minority status prevents him from moving even the most mildly contentious legislation, may say more about our political climate than it does about the man himself.Yesterday was a perfect illustration of the state in which Scottish ...


Salmond uses Burns in Obama offensive


Published Date: 18 January 2009 ALEX SALMOND is attempting to form his own special relationship. The First Minister is trying to schmooze Barack Obama by inviting him to a glitzy Burns Supper in Washington, even suggesting that the President-elect shares some of the qualities of Scotland's national poet. The First Minister is hopeful that the world's most powerful man will acknowledge his Scottish ancestry by sharing haggis, neeps and tatties with him during the events marking the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns's birth. Salmond has yet to receive a reply from Obama, but he wants to ...


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Nicola Sturgeon: smooth operator, and very able to make mischief | Observer profile
The idealist remade herself as a leader with heart but is now locked in a ferocious struggle over a second referendumWithin 48 hours of becoming prime minister in July last year, Theresa May flew to Edinburgh to meet Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon for the first time.Although differences between the two over Brexit and a second Scottish independence referendum were aired, they seemed to get on, relishing the image of two women at the top of their respective governments, a welcome change from male dominance, a chance at last for a more cautious, rational, grown-up approach to politics. Continue reading...
SNP denies split over general election's impact on independence vote
Alex Salmond says he and Nicola Sturgeon agree last year’s Scottish elections gave party mandate for second referendumThe SNP has denied being split on whether a vote for the party in the 2017 general election is a vote to support a second independence referendum for Scotland. Alex Salmond, the MP for Gordon, denied he was putting forward a different message to that of the first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, on the BBC’s Sunday Politics programme. Continue reading...
EU migration may rise some years after Brexit, Davis tells Question Time - Politics live
Rolling coverage of the BBC’s Britain after Brexit Question Time special, with David Davis, Sir Keir Starmer, Nick Clegg, Alex Salmond, Suzanne Evans and Melanie PhillipsSummary 10.34pm BST Question Time can be sometimes degenerate into a shoutfest, but that was an exemplary programme: a high-powered panel, sharp questions, quality debate, and even some news. Here are the key points.I cannot imagine that the policy will be anything other than that which is in the national interest, which means that from time to time we’ll need more, from time to time we’ll need less migrants. That is how it will no doubt work. And that will be in everybody’s interests, the migrants and the citizens of the United Kingdom.But the simple truth is that we have to manage this problem. You’ve got industry dependent on migrants. You’ve got social welfare, the national health service. You have to make sure they continue to work.The prime minister said we are coming to the end of the time when we ar
Nicola Sturgeon can’t rely on Brexit to win Scottish independence | John Curtice
Brexit is the reason the SNP leader wants a second referendum, but the polls suggest it may not get her the votes she needsFor the SNP, the outcome of the EU referendum was a perfect illustration of how Scotland’s democratic wishes are always at risk of being overturned by votes cast in England. Doubtless the party anticipated that, as a result, voters would be persuaded to gravitate towards support for independence. Although Nicola Sturgeon has now indicated that because of the kind of hard Brexit the UK government appears to have in mind, she would like to hold a second independence referendum, things have so far not worked out in the way she might have hoped. Related: Eurosceptic views in Scotland pose dilemma for Nicola Sturgeon Related: Theresa May is dragging the UK under. This time Scotland must cut the rope | George Monbiot Continue reading...



 
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