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Hell hath no fury like Nicola Sturgeon

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There are unscrupulous people who suggest that Sturgeon slept her way to the top.   Back 20 years:More recently:And that the Sturgeon-Salmond battle is about a broken relationship.But everyone knows that Sturgeon and the CEO of the SNP, Peter Murrell, are a love match made in heaven.So suggestions that she might be using her relationships to acquire and cement power are absurd.  The Sturgeon-Salmond fracas appears to have all the bitterness of a bad divorce but appearances can be misleading even though they are sometimes correct..Whatever the outcome of the current battle in Scotland the Scottish Parliament will remain with powers that are only a whisker short of full independence.  So expect Scottish Independence one day whatever happens.  Think of this as one of the Labour Party and Tony

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There are unscrupulous people who suggest that Sturgeon slept her way to the top.   

Back 20 years:

Hell hath no fury like Nicola Sturgeon

More recently:

Hell hath no fury like Nicola Sturgeon

And that the Sturgeon-Salmond battle is about a broken relationship.

But everyone knows that Sturgeon and the CEO of the SNP, Peter Murrell, are a love match made in heaven.

Hell hath no fury like Nicola Sturgeon

So suggestions that she might be using her relationships to acquire and cement power are absurd.  The Sturgeon-Salmond fracas appears to have all the bitterness of a bad divorce but appearances can be misleading even though they are sometimes correct..

Whatever the outcome of the current battle in Scotland the Scottish Parliament will remain with powers that are only a whisker short of full independence.  So expect Scottish Independence one day whatever happens.  Think of this as one of the Labour Party and Tony Blair's gifts to the UK - like the inevitable secession of Northern Ireland under the Belfast Agreement.

3/3/2021


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