Proud to march

The Scotsman - - Perspective / Letters To The Editor -

The First Min­is­ter is not ex­pected to meet US Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump on his visit to Scot­land and will in­stead lead the Pride Glas­gow march through the city to­day.

Mean­while her ef­forts for the other 99.5% of the pop­u­la­tion are?

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It would be pleas­ing if she could bring her­self to cham­pion the rights of those who voted No in the 2014 ref­er­en­dum in­stead of thumb­ing her nose at them.

World Wide Foot­ball Fan

It’s quite shame­ful that she should sup­port mi­nori­ties in this way yet do ab­so­lutely sod all for the 50 per cent of the pop­u­la­tion who are male – pre­fer­ring in­stead to blame them for ev­ery­thing.

It is time to have a male First Min­is­ter to look af­ter the in­ter­ests of men for a change.

Auld Reekie Sounds as though this has been hur­riedly ar­ranged to make it ap­pear she had some­thing to do this week­end. The of­fer to meet Trump didn’t ar­rive so this makes it look as though she was not wait­ing at home for Trump to call.

Co­lain Gur­te­son Funny how Stur­geon seems to ap­pro­pri­ate ev­ery vir­tu­ous cause out.

Per­sona Non Grata

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