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Letters / Jumped before she was pushed?

So, now we see why Nicola Sturgeon has resigned, and don’t be fooled if she tries to say she knew nothing about it.

I would say the writing has been on the wall for a while, so she has jumped before she was pushed.

Nicola and the SNP have never ever taken the blame for anything and as far as I can see they have done nothing in all the years they have been in power.

Just look at the west coast ferry scandal for instance, how many years have they been waiting for them and how much over budget are they.

I normally try to watch First Minister’s Question Time on a Thursday and I am still waiting for them to say sorry we did get that wrong,

It will be interesting to see what happened to the half a million pounds that have – allegedly – disappeared and how many other SNP members knew about it.

Michael Mackay


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