The Scottish nationalist corpse has Salmondella – Lily of St Leonards (Euphemia Deans)

Sturgeon’s dismal domestic record has derailed the SNP’s train of separatism – City AM

Nicola Sturgeon accused of trying to win Scottish independence by waiting for older Unionists to die – Yahoo news

Indyref2 by end of 2024 proposed under SNP-Green deal – STV news

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Another vote on independence could happen before the end of 2024, the deal between the SNP and Scottish Greens says.

The agreement, negotiated since May between senior members of each party, will put two Green MSPs into Government and formalise the pro-independence majority in Holyrood.

In a 51-page document detailing the deal between the two sides, they pledge to “secure a referendum on Scottish independence after the Covid crisis”.

It adds: “This would be within the current parliamentary session on a specific date to be determined by the Scottish Parliament.

Preservation of the Union ‘at the forefront of policymaking in Whitehall’ – Aberdeen Evening News

Scottish election 2021: Iranian regime ‘peddling disinformation’ in attempt to swing Scottish election – The Scotsman

A new report has warned that Iran is ‘peddling disinformation’ via social media in an attempt to destabilise the UK by influencing the Scottish election in favour of pro-independence parties.

Reported by The Times, cyber specialists working on behalf of the Iranian regime are targeting Scottish voters by posing as pro-independence users on Twitter and Facebook.

The study by the Henry Jackson Society think tank reported that fake accounts encourage real users to share content and material of a pro-independence nature in the form of memes, graphics and cartoons with their friends and contact on the sites.

Fake websites have also been set up, designed to influence the campaign by tricking internet users as part of a wider disinformation campaign from Iran.

The society has said that the Iranian regime’s efforts are similar to that of Russia – designed to instil chaos, uncertainty and division to weaken their adversaries.

The report said that the increasing presence of Iranian disinformation was an attempt by the regime to “attack the constitutional integrity of the United Kingdom”.

It concluded: “Iran has shown itself to be a country which engages in Russian-style disinformation campaigns, repeatedly establishing fake websites and internet accounts in an effort to disrupt the political systems of liberal democracies.

“Judged within this context, Iran is almost certainly looking to disrupt our current elections, most likely those under way for the Scottish assembly.”