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Stewart Stevenson MSP

 Apparently the state has paid £600 to train Mr Stevenson in how to face to media. Can I suggest we get a refund?

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Save Stewart Stevenson

The media in the north east of Scotland is reporting that MSPs are laying bets that Stewart Stevenson will be the first minister to be axed from Alex Salmond (for First minister)’s big ministerial tent.  This would obviously greatly upset … Continue reading

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Here is how I would avoid the tax in total and pay not a penny

IN First Minister’s Questions yesterday Annabel Goldie made reference to the Stewart Stevenson shares story broken by ridiculous politics and followed up by the Scotsman yesterday. At First Minister’s Question Time yesterday she asked about Local Income Tax and drew … Continue reading

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Fifty pounds of fun in France – Stewart Stevenson

“Fifty pounds of fun in France” Can you suggest what Stewart “Beaker” Stevenson MSP was writing about when he wrote an article under this heading in an article with such stringent copyright restrictions placed on it that I daren’t quote … Continue reading

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Stewart Stevenson – a political accident in action

 My regular reader will recall my disappointment at Tommy Sheridan’s defeat in the Scottish election.  Tommy was a gift -  a man who allowed much of this LJ to write itself.  Occasionally posting updates on his antics gave me much … Continue reading

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(non)blogging minister

Another blogging Scottish minister has bitten the dust.  After the Mike Russell holiday hell debacle Stewart “Beaker or Father Jack” Stevenson (friend of this LJ – past posts here). has stopped blogging.  His site now leads to a page that reads … Continue reading

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Pauline McNeill – an alternative view

Apparently there are some that disagree with my view of Pauline McNeill.  One of those on the list of the carefully and scientifically chosen list of top 20 Scottish blogs (published on the Iain Dale website today and chosen by … Continue reading

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Ministerial blogging (with more on Stewart Stevenson)

Climate change minister Stewart “Father Jack (voting is still open on who Stevenson looks like by the way)” Stevenson is not the only blogger in the new ministerial team.  Father Jack’s blog is somewhat turgid – a rehash of Stevenson’s media … Continue reading

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Who does Stewart Stevenson MSP look like?

Having consulted a range of people (and on the basis that Mr Stevenson is this session’s MSP of choice for regular comment) I require a nickname for Mr Stevenson.  There are two possibilities based on his similarities to certain fictional … Continue reading

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Stewart Stevenson MSP, government minister

My regular reader may recall tales of Stewart Stevenson MSP for Banff and Buchan (the man who read the confidential Shirley McKie parliamentary report on the train in full view of an interested passenger (ie me)).  Mr Stevenson has a … Continue reading

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Stewart Stevenson – SNP candidate for Banff – cultural behemoth

The SNP candidate for Banff (and the man that may be depriving Alex S of his route to Holyrood) is Stewart Stevenson.  My regular reader may recall that Stevenson was on the Justice committee in the last parliament and brandished the … Continue reading

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Shirley McKie

I travel on the train from Falkirk to Edinburgh and often bump into MSPs.  last week the Tomster was on the train facing me – although he tried to cover his face with the Herald to maintain anonymity (he’s much … Continue reading

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