Tuesday, May 19, 2015

I would like to see a new Department for United Kingdom cohesion

Thinking about the government's programme for the next five years I would like to see a new Department for United Kingdom cohesion (and with some big money put behind it).

Let us consider what SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon said on 11th May:

“We are determined to make Scotland’s voice heard here in Westminster but we are also determined to be that voice for progressive politics that we promised to be during the election, to stand up to policies from a Conservative government that will damage Scotland and to make common cause with others of like mind from across the UK."

We can take every phase and reverse it, thus giving us a campaign plan for the new department.

  • We are determined to make the United Kingdom's voice heard in Scotland.
  • We are determined to be the voice for Unionism that was endorsed in the 2014 Scottish Referendum.
  • We will stand up to policies from an SNP "blob" (both in Holyrood and Westminster and a few SNP controlled councils and not forgetting the grossly offensive SNP activists on social media) that aim to damage the United Kingdom.
  • We will make common cause with others of like mind from across the UK.

http://www.scotsman.com/news/uk/sturgeon-vow-as-snp-mps-descend-on-westminster-1-3769632

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