Welcome to the Almond & Earn SNP branch website for Perth & Kinross Council (Scotland) Ward 9
Almond and Earn’s largest settlements are Bridge of Earn, Abernethy, Almondbank, Methven, and Forgandenny, 67% of the population.
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Hamish Coutts, pictured right, is our Almond & Earn SNP – Scottish National Party – branch Convenor. Click on his photo to bring up a larger one.
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A lament for Scotland’s departure from the European Union. Click here
Liz Lowrey has letter published in The National, 16 February
⇒ Almond & Earn by-election, Thursday, 25 March 2021.
New video, 25 February, Dr. Emma Fletcher, Director of Public Health. Click, NHS Tayside, top menu.
⇒ Click here for a video from Jim Fairlie.
⇒ Move to EU to avoid Brexit costs, firms told Read The
Guardian report online
⇒ Link added here to Estonia e-Residency Cost, Benefits, and
Pros and Cons. Of particular interest following Brexit.
From Liz Lowrey, Membership Secretary,
who is regularly contributing fresh content to this site and also to our Perth – Almond & Earn SNP branch Facebook page. New blog post, 23 February.
New! → Eight weeks of Brexit: Eight people’s stories, European Movement
New! → Boris Johnson ‘a liar’ who will seek to blame Brexit costs on Covid, says diplomat, The Guardian
New! → Smaller is best when it comes to successful nations, The National
New! → Bewildered Boris Johnson stands by as failing Union Unit becomes a laughing stock,
Business for Scotland
→ Game Over, The Orkney News
→ Pension in an independent Scotland, YouTube Video, 14 minutes
→ Independence from an English perspective
→ A Different Path, by Rab Bruce’s Spider
→ The Stone of Destiny is moving to Perth
→ Waste, Negligence and Cronyism: Inside Britain’s Pandemic Spending – New York Times
→ The prime minister’s gung-ho actions will irreparably damage Britain and its reputation
→ This Brexit disaster has been brewing in the Conservative party for 30 years
The LSE report on the increased costs in trade for an
independent Scotland is based on unsubstantiated data and absurd assumptions.
by Richard Murphy, Tax research UK
Both Votes. All SNP members who have not yet seen this excellent presentation can request access following login to their account at snp.org | Or email email@example.com for a private link. Essential viewing to ensure maximum success in May 2021.
Kate Forbes extensively answers audience questions on COVID.— Olaf Stando (@olafdoesstuff) February 17, 2021
Meanwhile in every response, Labour, Tory and Lib Dem politicians team up to keep talking about a "divisive independence referendum".
Not to mention they're completely out of touch with Scottish voters👇 #bbcdn pic.twitter.com/nmQCn1VtFC