‘Never?’ Never?

The Herald today get parenthetical with Douglas Ross and the word ‘never.’ I’m guessing they mean he actually said ‘never.’

So, that’s good. When Priti Patel opens the ‘concentration camp‘ on the ‘remote‘ island of Bute, he’ll resign. Maybe, he’ll just ‘resign‘ because he’s in Moscow ‘running the line?

When the ‘camp‘ does open will he then try to ingratiate himself with those voters he thinks will appreciate him more if he asks Patel to find some space for those ‘Gypsy Travellers‘ too?

As the UK Government gradually prepares to betray the Scottish fishing fleet, in a deal to protect the economic interests of London and the South, is he and ‘his’ party ‘doomed?’

6 thoughts on “‘Never?’ Never?”

  1. He takes his orders from his masters in England. They will ‘never’ put up with any genuine rebelliousness, so what’s his game exactly. Taking the rip out of the people of Scotland, looking for (dwindling) votes, putting on a pretence of autonomy, but it won’t work Dougie everyone knows you are a boot licking liar, it’s why you got the job.

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  2. Only the very very smartest of politicians
    Never ever use that word Never
    And if they ever do
    They mean it
    The last thing this piece of Dross is smart

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  3. I WOULD HOPE THE PEOPKE OF BUTE WOULD OBJECT TO THIS PRISON FOR IMMIGRANTS ON BUTE

    THE TORY PARTY IN ARGYLL &BUTE ARE
    DISRESPECTING THEIR ELECTORATE

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  4. Are any of the islands represented by a Tory MP. If not then what have DRoss’s bosses got to loose by building camps on them .

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