Men’s Fashion Ads From The 70s. Fordington Field sur Twitter : "#bbcdp Only just spotted the credits of the show yesterday - looks like it's now official -... Nick Sutton sur Twitter : "Friday's Scottish Daily Express: SNP rewrites election history #tomorrowspaperstoday #bbcpapers #GE2015. Iain Whyte sur Twitter : "#SNPbecause Labour should never prefer a Tory Government over a progressive alliance for change #bbcqt #VoteSNP. Stewart Bremner sur Twitter : ""Be bolder Ed" – Nicola Sturgeon #BBCDebate... Mr Malky sur Twitter : "#bbcqt Toby Here's how the Tories create jobs ya muppet... BBC Question Time sur Twitter : "Some Labour members have tweeted pictures like the following: #bbcqt... BBC Question Time sur Twitter : "Our most retweeted comment came from @NicolaSturgeon : catch up on @BBCiPlayer #bbcqt. BBC iPlayer - Question Time - 19/02/2015. The rainbow election. Let’s start with the obvious: nobody has a clue who’s going to win the 2015 general election.
But almost without exception, commentators are saying that should Labour’s vote collapse in Scotland to the extent that current polling says it will, it will radically alter Ed Miliband’s chances of kicking David Cameron out of 10 Downing Street. Join the SNP. MP For Vendetta. We’ve noted on a number of occasions that the BBC is fond of using the late-night papers review show on the News channel as a sneaky little Nat-bashing section in which London-based broadsheet journalists (always, always Unionists) get to display the full depth of their arrogant cluelessness about Scottish politics.
Last night’s, however, was quite something even by the usual standards. The Telegraph’s Tim Stanley didn’t make even the most token of attempts to conceal his extraordinary hostility, and alongside someone called Petrie Hosken (who seems to be chiefly known for presenting a breakfast show on London radio station LBC) embarked on a sustained personal attack, littered with falsehoods, on Alex Salmond. An incredible achievement. From today’s Media Guardian: “Despite the huge interest and debate around the Scottish independence referendum, BBC Radio Scotland saw its figures fall for the third quarter of this year.The station had a weekly reach of 870,000 listeners between 23 June and 14 September (the period accounted for by these audience figures) ahead of the independence vote on 18 September.BBC Radio Scotland was down 2% on the year and 8.9% on the previous three months.The BBC faced intense criticism of bias in its coverage of the referendum from pro-independence supporters, with a demonstration outside the corporation’s Glasgow headquarters and participants unfurling a banner calling for political editor Nick Robinson to be sacked.”
It’s worth taking just a few lines to examine those stats more closely. It’s difficult to even begin trying to find an excuse for such an abject performance. The people’s judgement is one we can’t find fault with. Gill sur Twitter : "Anyone else seeing it? Poor Kathy. #bbcqt... Scott Nelson sur Twitter : "If Nigel Farage died tomorrow UKIP would die with him #BBCQT... Yes Scotland on Twitter: "Nuclear weapons cost Scotland around £250 million a year or £684,931 a day #bbcindyref...
Witter / ? BBC 1 Scotland. Platforms installed as £4.5bn Clair oil project proceeds. Better Together ‘tipped off’ on BBC debates. Mentorn Media also produces Question Time SCOTTISH nationalists have voiced fresh concerns about the BBC’s approach to the independence referendum, suggesting a production company organising debates for the corporation gave advance notice to the No campaign.
Emails seen by The Sunday Times show a senior member of staff at Mentorn Media, which also produces Question Time, alerted a Better Together regional campaign organiser 10 days ago of forthcoming televised debates. A note from its producer, Sheena Lahive, says this would give the organiser “a head start in spreading the word” to get supporters to apply to join the audiences in Stirling, Inverness, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. A Yes Scotland source said the nationalist campaign appeared to have received no comparable message. Hitler Youth tweet Labour candidate resigns. 1 July 2014Last updated at 08:11 ET Kathy Wiles made her apology after posting the Hitler Youth image on her Twitter page A Labour parliamentary candidate has resigned after tweeting an image of the Hitler Youth in relation to a pro-independence demonstration.
Kathy Wiles, who was to stand in the 2015 Westminster election, said she wanted to highlight the dangers of using children in political campaigns. She initially apologised, but Labour later accepted her resignation as a candidate in Angus. Is Nigel Farage on Question Time? Scottish independence: UK 'could delay independence date' 16 May 2014Last updated at 05:21 ET There are currently 59 Scottish seats in the House of Commons The proposed date of Scottish independence should be delayed if it is not in the best interests of the rest of the UK, a House of Lords report has said.
The recommendation was made by peers on the constitution committee. They also said MPs for Scottish seats should not be allowed to negotiate for the rest of the UK on the terms of independence. Scottish independence: BBC will not suspend CBI membership. 15 May 2014Last updated at 12:49 ET The BBC said it believed that "it is no longer necessary to suspend its membership"
SophiaPangloss : Who the hell dressed David... 'World's oldest calendar' discovered in Scottish field. Archaeologists believe they have discovered the world's oldest lunar "calendar" in an Aberdeenshire field.
Excavations of a field at Crathes Castle found a series of 12 pits which appear to mimic the phases of the moon and track lunar months. Scottish independence: Better Together targets voter 'tribes' 19 July 2013Last updated at 11:41 ET By Raymond Buchanan BBC Scotland political correspondent Better Together will use its new "Patriot" system to categorise voters The group campaigning for a no vote in Scotland's independence referendum has said it will embark on the most sophisticated targeting of voters seen in British political history.
Pro-union Better Together has launched its new "Patriot" system. It will divide Scotland's four million voters into 40 different tribes. This will then allow the campaign to speak directly to undecided voters using letters, emails and face-to-face discussions. Better Together said the technology, which has been developed with information from credit rating agency Experian and input from former advisers to President Obama, will allow them to identify lifestyle indicators like the number of cars a family has and local house prices. Voters will then be "linked" to activists of a similar age or with similar social media friends. SophiaPangloss : The only answer tae #bbcqt... Scottish independence: 'A tilt to the upside' 12 March 2013Last updated at 04:03 ET The issue of gas an oil is at the heart of the independence debate As all investors should know, asset valuations can go down as well as up.
On Monday, Alex Salmond was reminding his critics that the opposite is also true. Yes, oil and gas tax revenue is a volatile basis on which to base your budgets. But it isn't just volatile to the downside. The First Minister was setting out his government's assessment of what an independent Scotland might expect to make out of oil and gas. He was starting a new week, after one in which an unhelpfully candid ministerial look at Scotland's public spending profile was leaked. Anger at BBC Scotland virtual news blackout of Healey North Sea Oil admission. General Tuesday, 21 May 2013 06:45 By G.A.Ponsonby BBC Scotland bosses have provoked anger after they employed a virtual news blackout of revelations that the Labour party hid the true worth of North Sea Oil from Scots in the seventies.
The broadcaster is facing growing accusations that it is refusing to give deserved profile to stories that might harm the campaign against Scottish independence, after it all but ignored an admission from former Labour Chancellor Denis Healey that his party deliberately downplayed the value of North Sea Oil in order to thwart support for independence. Propaganda against Scotland. A particularly sickening trick from the BBC a few weeks back raised my blood pressure whilst in hospital and almost finished me off. A French Euro MP was asked for “the French view” on Scottish independence. She said that France would oppose it and the French government takes the view that an independent Scotland would be outside the European Union. I was absolutely astonished that the BBC had managed to find the only French person in the entire world who is against Scottish independence, and that she was telling an outright lie about the position of the French government.
Then I realised who she was – the former research assistant (and rather more) of New Labour minister and criminal invoice forger Denis Macshane. She worked for years in the UK parliament for New Labour, in a Monica Lewinsky kind of way. Brewerdossier.jpg (JPEG Image, 829 × 467 pixels) Parent calls to remove 'religious observance' in non-denominational schools. 22 February 2013Last updated at 07:03 ET Ms Wikman wants religious observance at school assemblies scrapped A parent in Edinburgh has launched a petition calling on the city council to look at banning religious observance in non-denominational schools. BBC Scotland 'hard core' on war footing as the battle for minds heats up.
Wednesday, 06 March 2013 23:48 By a Newsnet reporter It’s hardly a surprise to find that the British Broadcasting machine’s Scottish outpost has kicked into full war mode when the future of the United Kingdom is under threat, this after all is what state broadcasters do. The first ‘law’ of broadcasting during any war is to provide as much ‘news’ as possible to ensure the man (or woman) in the street keeps faith with your side. Downplay your opponents gains and exaggerate your own is the rule. Scottish independence: 'No mandate' for multi-referendum. 14 August 2012Last updated at 20:34 ET. Rivercitytweets : Deek's trending in the UK! Ian Davidson accuses Isabel Fraser and BBC of pro-SNP bias on Newsnight Scotland.
MP Eric Joyce fined for curfew tag offence. 31 July 2012Last updated at 12:22 ET Eric Joyce was given a community order following a brawl at Westminster Falkirk MP Eric Joyce has been fined £600 for removing an electronic tag, in breach of a community order imposed after a bar brawl at Westminster. Joyce, 51, appeared at Stirling Sheriff Court after he cut off the tag to take part in a parliamentary boat race.
Clyde nuclear contract awarded. 27 July 2012Last updated at 13:53 ET. Wimbledon final: No 10 raises Scottish flag for Andy Murray. Scottish independence: Electoral Commission 'will not test panel's question' 11 July 2012Last updated at 13:53 ET [From left] Lord Sutherland, Matt Qvortrup and Ron Gould were asked to compose a single question. Edinburgh tram project bosses payments revealed. When you talk too much for Twitter. Scottish tourist attraction numbers 'soar'
Olympics 2012 rings 'not suitable' for Edinburgh Castle. John Swinney warns chancellor 'don't do down Scotland' 14 November 2011Last updated at 12:44 Mr Swinney hailed investment from firms such as Amazon. National Museum of Scotland is most visited outside of London. SNP MP alleges Ian Davidson made 'doing' remark. 25 October 2011Last updated at 19:02 By Tim Reid Westminster correspondent, BBC Scotland Dr Eilidh Whiteford has made a formal complaint about Ian Davidson to the Commons speaker An SNP MP has withdrawn from a Commons committee over allegations that she was threatened by its Labour chairman.
Ruth Davidson: David Cameron is not my boss in Scotland. Scots Lib Dem leader Rennie sorry for Salmond cartoon.