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måndag 5 juni 2017

How can anyone vote for Tories who will block our right to decide Scotland's future?

How can anyone vote for Tories who will block our right to decide Scotland's future?
- A TORY revival in Scotland is being predicted. The local council election results and recent opinion polls suggest that June 8 will see a reversal of the fortunes of Scottish Tories at Westminster and confirm the progress made by their leader, Ruth Davidson. The significance of this is that it provides a stark reminder of the troubled and turbulent politics of our time and the prospects of a very uncertain future for Scotland and Britain.
History shows the Conservative party in Scotland achieving the highest ever share of the popular vote by any political party, 50.1 per cent, in 1955. Their darkest Westminster hour was in 1997 when they were wiped out in Scotland as Labour stormed to victory under Tony Blair.