Scotland has spoken. From the housing schemes of Glasgow to the leafy suburbs if Edinburgh, from John o' Groats to the Mull of Galloway, message has been resounding. We want change. We want an end to austerity. We want Scotland's voice to be heard.
David Cameron claimed in his constituency acceptance speech to represent one nation. But the UK is not one nation. The UK was supposed to be a family of nations. But Cameron and his party have spent the election campaign traducing a member of that family - Scotland - and whipping up hostility towards our people.
The hostility from the Tories and their cheerleaders has been an eye opener for many Scots. After begging us to remain a part of the Westminster system, they now claim we had no right to hold real power in Westminster. Last night he spoke of unity. He is a hypocrite...
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