Alex Massie told the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change that the SNP has all the momentum in the argument for Scottish independence but they are not in a position to deliver their promises. Mr Massie also outlined three key issues that are fuelling the support for Scottish independence in Scotland. Mr Massie said: "At the moment we are in the curious situation where all the momentum is with the SNP but they are not actually in a position to deliver on their promises. Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party can "change the narrative" in Scotland ahead of the Scottish Parliamentary elections according to the Scottish Tory leader. Mr Ross said: "Defeatism and disinterest in the union is one of the worst things for our support to hear in Scotland. Ability to talk to another human being normally?
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By Rory Tingle For Mailonline. Ruth Davidson today accused Nicola Sturgeon of attempting a 'cover-up' after new evidence emerged of warnings it could look 'shifty' if information continued to be withheld during Alex Salmond's legal challenge. The Scottish Tory leader asked Ms Sturgeon at First Minister's Questions today about an email exchange in which the Government was told not disclosing ultimately-damning evidence of prior contact could be 'portrayed as a failed attempt at a cover-up'. According to the note released this week by the Government, external counsel argued it would be 'better, more credible and less shifty-looking' to adjust its defence against Mr Salmond's legal challenge over the Government's handling of sexual harassment complaints made against him. The note discussed in the Scottish Parliament today was sent by a Government official - whose name is redacted - to Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans and the Government's legal director Paul Cackette, following a meeting between the external counsel, Ms Sturgeon and Ms Evans. The Government says no notes or minutes can be found from the meeting, but the correspondence indicates counsel advised adjusting the judicial review pleadings after evidence came to light of prior contact between the investigating officer and two of the women whose complaints about Mr Salmond had been investigated.
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It must be an enormous relief for the SNP to have Angus Robertson among its number at this critical time. He has identified the source of the party's current problems, which include the potential imminent departure of the First Minister. The answer, you may not be shocked to learn, is Unionists. They are behind all the trouble, running down Scotland at every opportunity.
A new opinion poll has found that 44 percent of people would vote to stay in the UK if a referendum were held tomorrow, with 43 percent saying they would vote to leave. Once 'don't know' answers are removed, the two sides are deadlocked on the constitutional question. It is a devastating setback for Ms Sturgeon after 22 consecutive polls showed a majority of Scots would vote for independence. Our survey also found that most people now believe the SNP have been in power for "too long" after 14 years. The fall in support for the Nationalist cause appears to be linked to the Scottish Government's handling of the Salmond affair.