Maintained and edited by Stuart Campbell, Wings Over Scotland is a pro-independence (although not SNP aligned) website offering commentary and analysis on politics in Scotland. Campbell takes particular aim at reporting from the mainstream media, and if you take a look on the ‘about’ page you’ll find disparaging quotes from journalists proudly displayed.
A new Scottish Labour propaganda website called The Red Robin attracted some attention at the weekend by claiming that new polling had shown Labour closing the Westminster voting gap on the SNP to just 4 points. To lend credibility to this rather dubious assertion – the SNP’s average lead is currently around 15 points – it […]
Particularly alert readers may have experienced a pang of deja vu at yesterday’s story highlighting media misrepresentation of polling figures. We can’t imagine why. (The actual “new low” of support for a referendum turned out to be… 75%.)
So here’s a headline from the (Dundee) Evening Telegraph. You know how we’re always pointing out how newspapers love to lie to readers without actually saying things that are untrue? Let’s have a quick case study. Because the actual numbers of Scots who want a second indyref in the next three years, according to the Ipsos […]
We could all do with some cheering up at the moment, so it’s with great pleasure that we can announce fantastic news for Scotland – the ancient plague of sectarianism has finally been defeated once and for all! At least, we assume it MUST have been, because tomorrow the Scottish Parliament is set to give […]
An alert reader conveniently located in the Aberdeen area pointed us to an “SNP BAD” story in the ever-willing Press & Journal today. And it raised an awful lot of questions the P&J didn’t seem to want to ask. “A pregnant Conservative councillor has said she will donate her baby box to charity – and […]
From today’s Scottish Daily Mail: The slightly-less-well-known definition of “force” that means “a minority government persuading three out of four opposition parties to agree with it and democratically vote a measure through”, there. Maybe they should put out a special dictionary or something.
This was us for most of yesterday: Because we were genuinely concerned about this year’s fundraiser. It was coming off the back of our lowest traffic month in four years (February was absolutely dead in Scottish politics, and we had almost no internet for the last two weeks of it), and some other indy sites […]
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