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Majority of Scots oppose soft touch justice

The SNP cannot continue to ignore the majority of Scots who oppose their soft touch justice system.

In a recent survey, a majority of people said that the separatist's sentencing policy is too soft.

Inspirational leadership will not be forgotten

Following the decision by leader of the Scottish Conservative party, Ruth Davidson MSP, to resign, Highlands & Islands MSP Donald Cameron said:

“Since taking over as leader of our party in 2011, Ruth has taken us from strength to strength.

A Conservative government focused on the things that matter

Nicola Sturgeon is still trying to scam voters over the cost of separation.

An academic analysis of recent Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (GERS) Statistics said that Sturgeon is hiding massive spending cuts in her separation plans.

MSP urges rethink on island parking charges

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has urged Argyll and Bute Council to reconsider its decision to introduce £9-a-day car parking charge at car parks on Mull. Among the car parks affected is one at Fionnphort which is used by passengers travelling to Iona by ferry.