Homeland in The Herald

Today, The Herald newspaper’s main writer Neil Mackay devoted four whole pages to a feature piece on the formation of our Homeland Party. While it was filled with many inaccuracies – which we won’t correct, as you should never interrupt your enemy when they are making mistakes – it is worth me making comment on …

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Polling station sign

Local elections

As people headed for the polling booths yesterday campaigners claim to have seen countless examples of voters being turned away from polling stations for not having sufficient identification. Jess Garland, the Electoral Reform Society’s director of policy and research, said: “We’re already seeing countless examples of people being denied their right to vote due to …

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Joanna Cherry

SNP MP cancelled

SNP MP Joanna Cherry has spoken out after she had been cancelled for “being a lesbian with gender critical views”. The Edinburgh South MP has been highly critical of Scotland’s Gender Recognition Reform plan which would make it easier for people to change their legally recognised sex. Ms Cherry was due to appear at The …

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Nurses on strike

Nurses strike in England

Nurses in England are taking part in a fresh strike in what they describe as their biggest walkout so far. The Royal College of Nursing strike affects half of England’s NHS trusts and will last until midnight on Monday. It is the first time areas such as intensive care, chemotherapy and dialysis have been affected. …

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