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IndyPram Podcast #16 Gil Paterson MSP Part 2

August 16th, 2019|Tags: |

The second part of Ray’s discussion with Gil Paterson, MSP for Clydebank and Milngavie covered some really interesting topics including the hypocritical voting record of Liberal Democrat party leader Jo Swinson, MP for East Dunbartonshire and what could lie in stock for her in the future. How the state broadcaster and other mainstream media protect.

#15 Gil Paterson MSP Part 1

August 12th, 2019|Tags: |

 

This week Ray met up with Gil Paterson MSP to discuss his thoughts on current matters effecting Scotland including Brexit, the chaotic state of the Westminster government and his warnings about Prime Minister Boris Johnson, We also discussed Westminster taking over the powers of Holyrood and Gil was very specific about the relevance of the democratic deficit to Scots. Finally in part 1 we discussed the Scottish Health Service and the media exposure of new Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson, the MP for East Dunbartonshire.

Norrie Hunter Show, Marlene Halliday, Bill Mills and Lyne Copland. Discussing The Growth Commission and NHS

August 9th, 2019|Tags: , |

 

Bill Mills will be taking us through some of his responses to the SNP’s Sustainable Growth Commission report.

He outlines some of the positives to be taken from the report: That Independence is essential for Scotland to flourish That we have an massive amount of assets and resources compared to other comparable independent countries
* That we have a substantial proportion of the economic, legal & governmental infrastructure necessary after independence already in place

His areas of concern are how the report uses unhelpful ‘frames’ in how it describes Scotland In particular that it accepts Establishment economic frames.

Lyne Copland of Garioch Women for Change.

Garioch Women for Change have been researching and documenting research outcomes on the Scottish Health Service for the past 6 months.
We want to present this information to the public at the earliest opportunity because our research has identified a very real threat to the Scottish Health Service.

• The repatriation and subsequent retention of procurement powers in particular and the use of Henry VIII Laws by Westminster, and the Supreme Court ruling on the Continuity Bill , which was unanimously voted through by the Scottish Parliament,

• This means we have to make people aware that the Scottish Health Service may be at risk of losing its status as a public service.
• We have identified that NHS England , has been” privatised by stealth”
• Westminster politicians have been legislating to ensure that the (English) Health Service is saleable to private healthcare companies, predominantly in the US.