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The hour is late but it’s not stopping @TommySheppard ripping in to Tory Government’s shambolic #Brexit deal... @theSNP MPs will make Scotland’s voice heard even if it means waiting into the small hours to do so...

MUST-READ: New report shows Government’s dodgy #Brexit deal will cost Britain £100bn by 2030. bbc.co.uk/news/business-… Time for a #PeoplesVote

Paul Calandra (unknown) tweeted :

Yesterday, Minister MacLeod launched our government’s reforms to Social Assistance. It’s a four part plan designed to lift people out of poverty, move people to employment, and ensure sustainability of Ontario’s social services.

The Coalition Government’s final response to the Callaghan Review of PRRT will provide certainty to the industry & ensure the PRRT better reflects Australia’s petroleum industry today. These reforms are part of our plan for a stronger economy. bit.ly/2QczFxz https://t.co/YJ4bJmSU97

The UK Government’s approach is chaotic and it is irresponsible. Its proposals now exposed as unworkable, unacceptable and heading towards a No Deal Brexit. Scotland needs a voice at the table to ensure our priorities are not ignored.... youtu.be/0AcTrTIxazg

The Government’s failure to reach an agreement with primary teachers has caused massive disruption to children’s learning today and to parents who have struggled to sort childcare arrangements.... national.org.nz/govt_must_reac…

You obviously haven’t read the paper which takes the Scottish Government’s projections and builds them into the analysis...even Andrew Wilson has said that these sort of comments do not help your cause.

This is a clear statement of the Scottish Government’s intent to grow and regenerate the economy in the South of Scotland. It’s great to see the South of Scotland Economic Partnership injecting fresh impetus into the area’s economy.

It is time to accept that this government’s ideologically-driven approach to outsourcing public services at any cost has simply failed. We must end the racket of outsourcing and deliver solutions that benefit taxpayers and service users alike.

It is time to accept that this government’s ideologically-driven approach to outsourcing public services at any cost has simply failed. We must end the racket of outsourcing and deliver solutions that benefit taxpayers and service users alike.