On March 8th 1884, Susan B. Anthony, argued before the U.S. Judiciary Committee for an amendment to the Constitution for the right of women to have the vote.
A review of polling arrangements in Orkney is underway.
“There’s a thing called empathetic fallacy, which means that we take our own logical thinking and assume that everybody thinks like us.”
“This is unlike any election that has ever been. It’s not so much an election as two referendums rolled into one.”
We support an independent Scotland whose motto is the command of Jesus to “Love your neighbour as yourself”.
“Vote for Jo the woman you know is happy to blow us all to kingdom come.”
“Scotland has been pursuing a different political course. That is now in starker relief than ever.”
“Let’s take a step back and escape from the election hullabaloo for a minute and look at what unites us all when it comes to voting.”
“It’s obscene that our councils are looking to make cuts to services, while our MP can (or will) do nothing about it”
“Being trapped with the same representation for decades is not the hallmark of a responsive and functioning democracy.”