Joined: 08 May 2007
Location: Ayr, Scotland.
|Posted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:10 am Post subject: Justice and the Election
|I have received the following e-mail from John Black a gentleman who has some strong views on how Scotland should be governed and has previously evinced some interest in issues surrounding the Scottish Justice system. He is a candidate in the coming general election and he is looking for people willing to stand with him under his ‘Jacobite Party’ label.
This e-mail alerted me to the fact that a general election brings with it the opportunity for justice and miscarriage of justice issues to be pursued.
Do any of the people you associate with need a platform for their anger?
I have constituencies across the length and breadth of the country that need candidates.
They are free to rise whatever issues they like. No direction from central office. Also no money from central office.
The Scottish Jacobite Party’
This posting should not be considered as support for or endorsement of Mr Black, his views or his party or any of the parties shown below but does recognise that individuals and small parties without the ‘party machine’ behind them have difficulty in obtaining publicity. I know that readers are perfectly capable of reaching their own decisions on such matters.
Full details can be obtained at his website:
Of interest also of course is the extent to which the major parties have made justice a central plank of their manifesto.
A full list of all Scottish political parties is to be found at:
Justice should be a central election issue but is it?