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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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'Mad Alex': Donald Trump letters abuse Scottish ex-first minister
Messages sent before his White House campaign show US president-elect harassing Alex Salmond over windfarmsDonald Trump harangued the former first minister of Scotland as “Mad Alex” and accused him of being on a “march to oblivion” in a series of increasingly angry and eccentric letters about windfarms he claimed were blighting his Scottish golf courses.The correspondence with Alex Salmond, revealed by the Huffington Post after a freedom of information request, demonstrated that Trump’s tone swung wildly between coaxing and threatening as he grew increasingly frustrated with his former ally’s refusal to change his policy on renewable energy. Continue reading...
MPs vote down motion accusing Blair of misleading them over Iraq by majority of 369 - Politics live
Rolling coverage of all the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQsSnap PMQs verdictOpening of the Iraq/Blair debate - SummaryAfternoon summary 4.43pm GMT I know Zac Goldsmith and I like the guy, but the plain fact is that Zac is a political failure. Worst of all of is that he’s not only failed but betrayed the people of Richmond, who like the rest of London, voted overwhelmingly to stay in Europe. How can Goldsmith represent the opinion of the people of Richmond in parliament when he is the poster-boy for the Brexiteers and is urging the Government daily on its catastrophic course? The fightback can begin in Richmond tomorrow; Zac has to go."Zac is crap"... pic.twitter.com/iGiM4bDlv9 4.28pm GMT One conclusion that could be drawn from the result of the vote is that, even though quite a lot of MPs (Tories and Labour) dislike Tony Blair, they hate the SNP even more. 4.20pm GMT The motion has been defeated by 439 votes to 70, a maj
MPs reject move to investigate Tony Blair over Iraq by 369 votes
Labour MPs turn out in force to defeat Alex Salmond’s motion, accusing him of attempt to ‘pillory and scapegoat one individual’Labour MPs turned out in force on Wednesday to help defeat a parliamentary motion calling for Tony Blair to be held to account for allegedly misleading parliament over the Iraq war by 439 votes to 70, after a sometimes angry debate. Related: MPs debate motion accusing Blair of 'misleading' them over Iraq - Politics live Continue reading...
'He can lead a protest, I'm leading the country'- May v Corbyn at PMQs - Politics live
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs and MPs debating and voting on the the Brexit bill allowing the government to trigger article 50Ivan Rogers’ evidence to MPs on BrexitSnap PMQs verdict 1.46pm GMT Yvette Cooper, the Labour chair of the Commons home affairs committee, told MPs in her speech that she would vote for the bill, even though she backed remain. She said voting against the bill would make it harder to defend faith in democracy.John Whittingdale, the Conservative former culture secretary, said he had hoped that David Cameron would return from his EU renegotiation with plans for proper reform of the EU. 1.39pm GMT Here is the key quote from George Osborne’s speech. He said that German and French political leaders have told him they are not interested in offering the UK a complex, hybrid agreement.The government has chosen not to make the economy the priority in this negotiation ... The Europe



 
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