All 4 results for those spreading mistruths

Scottish Parliament: General Practitioner Services (15 Sep 2021)

Stuart McMillan: ...Sue Webber made earlier and the comments of Douglas Ross on 1 September. The conversation continued for a couple more emails and then ended. The email from that GP clearly shows frustration at MSPs spreading mistruths, and it does no one any favours to perpetuate that myth. Hearing the Tories in this chamber making those claims again today highlights yet again the lack of regard that they...

Employment Rights: Government Plans (25 Jan 2021)

Dehenna Davison: ...of volunteers are standing wrapped up against the cold to help roll out the vaccine to keep their parents and grandparents safe, that Labour is once again using an Opposition day motion to spread its mistruths for the sake of a few Twitter likes and to put genuine fear into the very people it claims it wants to protect. It is completely shameful. I am beyond proud of our country’s record...

Immigration and Social Security Co-Ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill (28 Jan 2019)

Anna Soubry: .... We are told that in June 2016 the will of the people was to reject the free movement of people. My hon. Friend the Member for Stoke-on-Trent South (Jack Brereton) nods, but that is not true. Of those people eligible to vote, 37% voted for us to leave the European Union. Even with my poor maths, I can see that 63% of the people of this country—in other words, the will of the...

Scottish Parliament: Diversity (18 Mar 2015)

Bruce Crawford: ...on the lives of others in our own society, as well as on other cultures and societies around the world. Every one of us in this chamber is different and has had different life experiences; those experiences make us the people we are. Celebrating our differences as well as our common interests helps to unite us all as the people of Scotland. Within my constituency of Stirling, we have...


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