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EXCLUSIVE: £750 million in lost revenue from SNP’s Stamp Tax could have paid for 5,000 NHS Scotland hospital bed spaces

Edinburgh West is one of the top five marginal seats in Scotland in next week’s British parliamentary elections. Normally, party leaders have to be dragged away from campaigning in marginal seats so as to encourage their candidates. But today Mark R Whittet, Leader of Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party – a local resident who is standing for election in Edinburgh West – said: “Where are Sturgeon, Davidson, Dugdale and Rennie, the leaders of the SNP and London based Unionist parties? “There’s been no sign of them here in Edinburgh West. Why are they afraid to meet their prospective voters in this
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UK POLITICS; Statement from Nicola Sturgeon, SNP Leader: Whether you vote Tory, Labour or Liberal, Scotland will still be force-fed a full English Brexit on 9 June

EXCLUSIVE  NO! This is not (yet) the key message from SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon for the British parliamentary elections next month. But it should be – according to Mark R Whittet, Leader of Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party and party candidate for Edinburgh West in the UK general election on 8 June, 2017. Whittet – who resides in Edinburgh West and who formerly served an elected councillor in the capital as a member of the city’s Barnton, Cammo and Cramond Community Council – said: “Whether you vote Tory, Labour or Liberal next month, Edinburgh West – and Scotland – will still
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Sturgeon surge is over: SNP must stand down to put Scotland’s interests first in Edinburgh West

Commenting on a public opinion poll which shows the SNP will lose 14 Westminster parliament seats in next month’s general election, Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party –  where Party Leader Mark R Whittet is standing in the Edinburgh West constituency – said today: “’Peak-SNP is over and the only way forward is a progressive alliance with Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party – which will always put Scotland’s interests first. “The opinion study by SurveyMonkey indicates that the SNP could fall from 56 MPs to 42 – down 14 on their historic 2015 landslide. “With the possible exception of Edinburgh West, all of
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Scotland is top UK ‘region’ for foreign direct investment – but could do so much better, says Scottish Independence Referendum Party

2016 was a record-breaking year of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Scotland, according to the latest annual survey into FDI attractiveness published today by Ernst and Young. The 2017 EY Scotland Attractiveness Survey shows that Scotland has retained its position as the top location in the UK outside London for foreign direct investment (FDI), with investment projects up 2.5% on 2015. As well as highlighting the record level of investment projects won by Scotland, the report also notes that Scotland now takes over one in 50 of all investment projects in Europe; a clear indication that Scotland is now firmly established as a
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