Deranged Nationalist MP pandering to the lowest common denominator

Daviec86

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Is that all these manbag wielding wankers do on a daily basis is whinge?
The majority of them I know have bored the absolute chunt out of me with moaning since the independence vote . Problem is it's only ever them you hear or see, they seem to be given the platform to spout their bile in this country .
 

Grampian Bear

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The game was on ITV but don't let the facts get in the way of any SNP outrage, anyway we already have BBC Scotland with pish commentators and pundits, also what about BBC Alba does that not cater to the nationalists.
 

Stubert

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The story around Al Megrahi is very fishy when you look into it though...
I absolutely agree. He was very likely a patsy and there should probably have been an appeal but those weren't even the consideration. There was no due process.
 

BlueBuzz

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Where did that prick watch it if he did watch it.
If it was in this country he would have been subjected to the same shite we all had to listen to.
A totally unprofessional shambles.
Infact the same as the snp.
 

Blueranger45

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"keep showing goals they scored ages ago"

Scotland not been in a major championship for 23 years, maybe if we had goals to show, they'd show them? I've seen Ally's cracker V Switzerland a decent amount of times on both channels

it's an absolutely fantastic goal from a brilliant footballer, we get shown the Marco Van Basten winner V USSR in 1988 many times when Euros are on, the reason? it's because it was a fantastic goal from a brilliant footballer? :rolleyes: Marco isn't playing for England so that's why no complaints
 

Gerz1872

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first half i had the Scottish feed on - complete with horrific Gallagher content

2nd half - ITV London - as much as Matterface is a prick, i wouldn't say he was overtly biased, McCoist co-commentating & Souness post-match were the best of the pundits
Still baffles me how he managed to pump Natalie Sawyer ...
 

11 ALBERTZ

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Good to see that’s the most important problem that need fixed or solved in the country at the moment, Jesus wept
 

George Atasda

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I absolutely agree. He was very likely a patsy and there should probably have been an appeal but those weren't even the consideration. There was no due process.

I didn't have any problems seeing him released on compassionate grounds with his terminal cancer. Only really because off how unsound the conviction seemed to be though.
 

Blue Lou Boyle

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"keep showing goals they scored ages ago"

Scotland not been in a major championship for 23 years, maybe if we had goals to show, they'd show them? I've seen Ally's cracker V Switzerland a decent amount of times on both channels

it's an absolutely fantastic goal from a brilliant footballer, we get shown the Marco Van Basten winner V USSR in 1988 many times when Euros are on, the reason? it's because it was a fantastic goal from a brilliant footballer? :rolleyes: Marco isn't playing for England so that's why no complaints

That lot still go about william wallace and robert the bruce.
 

Velvet Underground

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I watched the England game and it was Coisty and Lee Dixon commentating, with Souness in the studio. What more are folk wanting? Not be happy to the wee fuhrer's commentating.
 

Dolphin

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I'm not disappointed in these people anymore; I'm just resigned to them,which is probably what they want from me
 

Stubert

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A compationate move
To be with his family in his final days before he died.......


........... All 1,046 days of them
It makes you wonder what the medical advice/actual synopsis was and how much of this the Libyan government had access to that led them to make the request. We'll never know the details and I would never wish to understate his horrible illness but three years doesn't tally up with my concept of 'final days' either.
 

Ardsman

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He appears to be very impressed with RTE’s coverage. The solution therefore would seem to be a simple one
 

George Atasda

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It makes you wonder what the medical advice/actual synopsis was and how much of this the Libyan government had access to that led them to make the request. We'll never know the details and I would never wish to understate his horrible illness but three years doesn't tally up with my concept of 'final days' either.
It was based on a medical report by the Prison Service.
 

granda bob

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Kenny MacAskill

Does he not have a crimimal record relating to his behaviour at said match in 96

Or am I thinking of someone else
For some time I have thought that him and that other fuckwit hosie are mentally ill, in all seriousness listen to the tone and watch their expressions intense dosnt even begin to describe them.
 

Orangeandblue

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Kenny MacAskill

Does he not have a crimimal record relating to his behaviour at said match in 96

Or am I thinking of someone else
Arrested before the game in 1999 but not convicted.

A spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police refused to confirm if Mr MacAskill was the individual involved.

But, in a prepared statement, she said: ''A 41-year-old man was arrested at 7.30pm on November 17 in Olympic Way, Wembley for being drunk and disorderly. He was taken to Carey Way Police Station and later released without charge.''
 

Stubert

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It was based on a medical report by the Prison Service.
The devil is in the detail, though. One un-named Doctor gave that advice. There was a Holyrood justice committee which found that SPS guidelines weren't followed, that the medical evidence was flimsy and that 4 cancer specialists refused to backup the opinion of the prison doctor regarding the timeframe (sourced in Wikipedia from external articles). There have been further comments, admittedly without any citation, stating that the original doctor was correct but this is something we'll never know.

It's an exceptional case but I personally think MacAskill's decision was political. I'm not saying that I would want to be in the position of making such a decision affecting a sick man's life - it's a thankless task - but I don't think it was handled correctly or transparently at all.
 

Let’s Go

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Were there any English pundits on stv?

there were Scottish on itv so only side may look to have cut the other off
 
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