ref date:11 Jan 2002 (WBA)
Labour wants to appoint cronies with no parliamentary scrutiny in Scotland
The bill to open up public appointments to parliamentary scrutiny, the so-called "crony-busting" legislation introduced by the SNP's Alex Neil, has split the ruling coalition and dragged the head of the Civil Service in Scotland into the controversy.
The Liberal democrat leader in Scotland who has CONSISTENTLY SOLD OUT HIS LIBERAL PRINCIPLES
for power, is set to side with Labour and deny the people of Scotland the ability to
audit who gets tops positions via their MSPs in Scotlands parliament.
When will the Scots get the message that the Scottish Office and this parliament is just a
BLOCK on their freedom, a lie to keep them under Londons thumb and a travesty in a European
Union of small independent states.