The BBC has major questions to answer on the You Tube Copyright issue which has turned into a public relations disaster.
Here Alex Salmond asks about its strategy and why it followed its course of action against pro Indy media.
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The First minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon made the following statement after the terrorist bombing in Manchester yesterday.
FM @NicolaSturgeon: don’t give a Tory government a “free hand” to do “whatever it wants”
@AngusRobertson: “You cannot trust this Prime Minister. You cannot trust the Tories on your pension.”#PMQs #GE17
Published on 18 Apr 2017
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Mrs May was trying to impose a “hard Brexit” with the poll.
BBC NEWS: Independence would offer Scotland the best way of making a positive contribution to the world, Nicola Sturgeon has claimed.
The first minister was speaking at Stanford University in California as she continued her five-day US trip.
Ms Sturgeon also urged the UK government to recognise the “right” of Scots to decide their own future.
Opposition parties said she was trying to build support for a referendum which the majority of Scots did not want.
The Scottish Parliament last week voted to back the first minister’s call for talks to take place with the UK government over a second independence referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon at Stanford University: “Scotland’s Place in the World”