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Upcoming meetings

New Foreign Policy 7.00-9.00, 25 October 2017, The Canmore, 25 Canmore Street, Dunfermline, KY12 7NU War, terrorism and the far right are some of the big issues of our time. With us is Jonathon Shafi who has recently been invovled in founding … Continue reading

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Our Most Recent Meetings

We recently ran two meetings, week apart, in Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline An evening with Lesley Riddoch and Gerry Hassan 21 June 2017, Kirkcaldy Due to unforeseen circumstances, Gerry couldn’t make it but Mike Small (Bella Caledonia), who we’d booked as … Continue reading

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Diversity and Critical Friends: Why Disagreement is Healthy

Originally posted on Clear Day's Dawning:
“I know there is strength in the differences between us. I know there is comfort, where we overlap.”  Ani di Franco “Don’t criticise the SNP”, come the cries. “Wait for Independence” and “Don’t…

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Keeping Fife Libraries Open

“A library outranks any other one thing a community can do to benefit its people. It is a never failing spring in the desert.” – Andrew Carnegie There are many reasons why public libraries are an important service to maintain … Continue reading

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Peter Lomas – Some Food for Thought

    Alan – this is a response to your Facebook piece of last Sunday.   I’ve computed the SNP wins in the General Election and the average majority is 10,013 per seat.  This is far and away beyond a … Continue reading

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A wee article on the General Election

As an SNP member and someone who worked in the successful campaign to get Roger Mullin elected here in Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath, the election was nothing short of breathtaking. I’ll be honest and say that I did not expect the … Continue reading

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Here come the girls

Originally posted on Wee Ginger Dug:
So let’s have a heated debate! The party leaders lined up on Thursday evening to take turns at bashing David Cameron, because, let’s face it, he deserves it. It looked a bit like an…

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To those about to be elected, some advice and a warning, should it be required

For they still prefer sheep to thinking men Ah, but men who think like sheep are even better (Brian McNeill) You are about to take part in an election like no other in recent memory. You should be aware that … Continue reading

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Crossing the Line

I am inspired and proud of those whose voices speak the language of a new democratic politic of the people rooted in honesty and respect, justice and integrity ….. a world away from westminster’s web of deceit But online and … Continue reading

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Days Like These

with apologies to Billy Bragg, my crude attempt to rework his song – the last verse is his, not mine, but I think fits well Days Like These The party built to represent us Now backs the other side The … Continue reading

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