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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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Why a standup gig at Edinburgh is the perfect summer job for a jaded MP | Joanna Griffin and Lola Stephenson
Canvassing for support, getting heckled, hanging out in bars – it’s all great practice for politicians. And Alex Salmond is leading the way• Joanna Griffin and Lola Stephenson are a comedy double actParliament rises for recess tomorrow and the MPs will swap the daily commute to Westminster for breakfast in bed – whether to opt for soft or hard boiled eggs, their only pressing concern. They can stop worrying about leaky cabinet meetings and finally get round to fixing that leaky tap in their downstairs bathroom, or shoot straight off to their holiday pad in Tuscany. But this August, why not Airbnb their second home, pack their kids off to a Eurocamp (while they still can), and hop on a train to the Edinburgh festival fringe to put on a show?There’s a risk that a one-star review could crush their fragile confidence before all those autumn coups but a sellout run could boost their popularity and have the masses chanting their name at A Popular Music Festival
Alex Salmond to star in Edinburgh Fringe show
Ex-first minister to host Alex Salmond Unleashed – billed as mix of comedy, music, political reminiscence and chats with guestsAlex Salmond vowed to bounce back after losing his parliamentary seat last month. “You’ve not seen the last of my bonnet and me,” he said, paraphrasing a Jacobite song.The former Scottish National party leader and ex-first minister of Scotland is aiming to fulfil that prediction next month, though not with a return to frontline politics. Continue reading...
Moray: 'We are fed up with the SNP. It's as simple as that'
After the most stunning election in recent history, Guardian reporters are writing from four key constituencies to make sense of the results. In Moray, Severin Carrell and photographer Murdo MacLeod find palpable antipathy towards the SNP and little appetite for a second Scottish independence vote Scott Sliter’s first twinges of anxiety about the election came when he knocked on some doors last month. His colleagues in the Scottish National party had warned him the contest in Moray was going to be tight, but the first hints of defeat came when he met three or four middle-aged voters.There shouldn’t have been a problem. This, after all, was the seat of Angus Robertson, an SNP heavyweight and the party’s Westminster leader. But when Sliter was canvassing in Lhanbryde, a village near Elgin, something worrying happened. “I had hit a series of three or four doors in row, of people maybe in their 60s who were all: ‘No. No thanks, don’t even waste your time’,” he recalled. Co
Gordon Wilson obituary
Leader of the SNP who transformed his party into a professional political organisation during the Thatcher era of the 1980sGordon Wilson, who has died aged 79, was leader of the Scottish National party throughout the era of Margaret Thatcher and one of the party’s most recognisable figures as MP for Dundee East between 1974 and 1987. A lawyer by profession and a committed Christian, Wilson was widely respected for his integrity, courtesy and consistency of political belief. He played a crucial role in transforming the SNP into a professional political organisation, laying the foundations for subsequent electoral success.Wilson was credited with coining the slogan “It’s Scotland’s Oil”, which propelled the SNP to then unprecedented levels of support in the 1970s. The party peaked at 11 MPs for the five years following the general election of October 1974 but, after supporting the Tory “no confidence” motion that brought down Jim Callaghan in 1979, their number at Westminst

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