Tuesday, 18 April 2017 21:36

Theresa May calls General Election

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So, Theresa May has called a general election for the 8th June 2017.

Funnily enough, the Crown Prosection Service could be charging up to thirty people in relation to the #toryelectionfraud.

Are these two related? Channel 4 seems to think so.

Everyone should be keeping an eye on the local council elections and this next general election.

If the #toryelectionfraudsters are prepared to cheat to get into power, they have done it before and will do it again.

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Supporting Independent Scottish Media

With all the goings on just now with the BBC and alleged copyrighted videos being the cause of the removal of a couple of independence supporter's accounts on youtube. I wonder what , or who is next? So it is important to show support for the Scottish independent media.

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