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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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Cameron's proposed sovereignty law would be 'pointless', says former attorney general - Politics live
Rolling coverage of all the day’s political developments as they happenEmily Thornberry’s Today interview - SummaryLunchtime summaryAfternoon summary 3.40pm GMT I am writing to the prime minister today, seeking to address what I consider to be the central issue of principle that is standing in the way of a deal - the fact that we are currently not working to a shared understanding of what no detriment means. It has become increasingly clear that what the Treasury seems to want to achieve is an outcome that would systematically reduce the Scottish budget as a result of our differential growth in population, even though the Scotland bill gives us no additional powers to grow our population.Let’s face it, if we’re going to have these issues just because the government has chosen to foist the EU referendum on us at a time when the European Championships are taking place then people will want to concentrate on the football. That’s another good argument for having this debate later
Jeremy Corbyn invites Donald Trump to visit London mosque
‘He might learn something’, says Labour leader of presidential candidate who called for ban on Muslims entering USJeremy Corbyn has invited Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to tour a north London mosque, ahead of a debate in parliament about whether the American businessman should be banned from the UK.The Labour leader said it would be better to engage with Trump, who has made inflammatory comments about Mexicans, gay people, women, Muslims and other groups, than exclude him from the country. Continue reading...
Alex Salmond pays for supper in Tehran – and triggers constitutional crisis
Foreign Office failure to host meal for former SNP leader and UK embassy staff shows ‘deep politicisation’ of department under Philip Hammond, says SalmondWhen Alex Salmond flew to Iran to meet Iranian ministers and MPs just before Christmas, he was expecting to be briefed by the resident UK diplomatic team over dinner at the embassy. It did not turn out that way.Instead, the foreign secretary Philip Hammond’s office sent a message that the Scottish delegation was not entitled to hospitality. To avoid embarrassment, Scotland’s former first minister hosted the dinner at his hotel in Tehran, paying for not only himself and his delegation but British embassy staff, too. Related: The week in radio: The Alex Salmond Phone-In; Word of Mouth; Rethinking Anorexia Nervosa Related: SNP's defence policies are 'laughable', says Philip Hammond Continue reading...
The week in radio: The Alex Salmond Phone-In; Word of Mouth; Rethinking Anorexia Nervosa
The former SNP leader, now LBC phone-in host, is a radio natural. Elsewhere, Michael Rosen talked slang, while Sally Marlow tackled the tricky subject of anorexia nervosaThe Alex Salmond Phone-In (LBC) | LBCWord of Mouth (Radio 4) | iPlayerRethinking Anorexia Nervosa (Radio 4) | iPlayerAlex Salmond is the latest politician to join the LBC roster, nipping into Iain Dale’s show once a week for half an hour of listeners’ calls. Unlike other MPs before him, the ex-Scottish National Party leader hasn’t got a snappy title for his slot, but the alliteration of Call Clegg and Phone Farage didn’t help either of those politicians to keep their jobs. Or indeed to keep their radio slots. Still, Ask Boris (Johnson) is still going, and now we have The Alex Salmond Phone-In. Why not Ask Alex? Maybe Boris would be upset.The Alex Salmond Phone-In was an entertaining listen, despite the lack of alliterative Farage flash or Boris BS Continue reading...



 
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