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'radical' Scottish Land Reform Announced

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Hmmm... will this be Nicola Sturgeon copying Alec Salmond who cosied up to Donald Trump by overriding the widespread local and environmental objections over his golf course development?

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thought the biggest landowner in scotland was the stuarts.

they won't take at all kindly to being told what to do with their land....after all god bestowed it to them, and there is no room for little pipsqueaks and upstarts like this challenging the pecking order.

yer wee pretendy parliament is getting you into trouble.

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Shame about "A Public Health Bill to reduce the availability of tobacco and electronic cigarettes.".

Seems to be the usual constant tinkering, but the land reform bit is worth it, and the rest is bearable at least.

Sure beats the Greens anyway.

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Shame about "A Public Health Bill to reduce the availability of tobacco and electronic cigarettes.".

Seems to be the usual constant tinkering, but the land reform bit is worth it, and the rest is bearable at least.

Sure beats the Greens anyway.

and the "state guardians"

are they supposed to be as well as parents or instead of?

shall we just cut the crap and say anybody who gets caught with a bottle of buckfast is castrated?????

sounds like pure nonsense marxism to me

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