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Wed 26 Jun 2019 5:46PM

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AB

Poll Created Wed 26 Jun 2019 5:50PM

Should the Army use targeted recruitment advertising during the 'January Blues'? Closed Wed 3 Jul 2019 12:01PM

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Yes, they should be able to recruit in the same way as any other job 100.0% 1 AD
No, they should not be able to target those who are suffering from seasonal depression 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 8 AT B RE FD PG BA AB JM

1 of 9 people have voted (11%)

AD

adrian davies Thu 27 Jun 2019 11:04AM

Yes, they should be able to recruit in the same way as any other job

they have always targeted. what they need to not do is make it seem glamorous and then put them through hell before dumping them back into civvy street with mental and physical issues not administered to, or even not believed in some cases.

LH

Poll Created Wed 3 Jul 2019 10:07PM

Should fish farms be allowed to use formaldehyde as disinfectant? Closed Tue 9 Jul 2019 9:01PM

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
No 100.0% 11 BT AJS DG AD BC TD DC LM RC C SW
Yes 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 8 AT B RE FD PG BA AB JM

11 of 19 people have voted (57%)

TD

Thomas Dargie Thu 4 Jul 2019 7:17AM

No

Formaldehyde does ecological harm and is a risk to workers quite the wrong thing to do with an intensive method of fish production which is already harming coastal environments. One more throw of the dice for a non-sustainable industry.

DC

David Cosh Thu 4 Jul 2019 9:14AM

No

Fish farms have got away with bad practice for years, now is the time for closure or self containment

RC

Russ Cheshire Thu 4 Jul 2019 1:01PM

No

Salmon industry is out of control; despite fine words from SEPA and others there's a reluctance at Cabinet level to call the industry to heel. Fergus Ewing sees only cash, not the impending calamity.

LH

Poll Created Thu 11 Jul 2019 1:59AM

Should retailers be able to withdraw products from shops over the proposed deposit return scheme? Closed Tue 16 Jul 2019 3:02PM

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
No 100.0% 4 BK BT AD SC
Yes 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 8 AT B RE FD PG BA AB JM

4 of 12 people have voted (33%)

BT

Barry Turnbull Thu 11 Jul 2019 7:34AM

No

We are all in this drive to reduce waste - customers AND retailers. Wake up to the new world

AB

Poll Created Wed 17 Jul 2019 6:51PM

Should Scottish Enterprise fund environmentally damaging projects? Closed Sat 20 Jul 2019 6:01PM

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
No 92.9% 13 DS N BK PK AR JO AD ES NK MC DS SM SM
Yes 7.1% 1 BT
Undecided 0% 8 AT B RE FD PG BA AB JM

14 of 22 people have voted (63%)

N

Neil Thu 18 Jul 2019 6:45AM

No

I want to see an ethical Scottish Enterprise

BT

Barry Turnbull Thu 18 Jul 2019 6:50AM

Yes

Not a clever question. Think Wind Farm - environmentally damaging in terms of visual, loss of land [eg peat bogs] increased traffic, use of concrete etc etc...and all for the ultimate good of producing renewable energy [you need to break eggs to create an omelette]

AR

Ann Robertson Thu 18 Jul 2019 8:06AM

No

Jings. It's climate change stupid. Why are we still even arguing about this?

BK

Bill Kerr-Smith Thu 18 Jul 2019 11:52AM

No

If the Scottish Government is serious about Scotland leading the world on environmental issues, it ought to ensure the Enterprise Fund ONLY funds projects with a positive environmental impact.

DS

David Somervell Thu 18 Jul 2019 5:33PM

No

A question in the should he beat his wife model?

SM

Shaun McGrandles Fri 19 Jul 2019 5:06AM

No

enviromently disaster of unforeseen proportions

AB

Poll Created Wed 31 Jul 2019 6:59PM

Is the Scottish Government failing over drug addiction? Closed Sat 3 Aug 2019 6:00PM

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Yes 50.0% 4 IP AD DC KS
No 50.0% 4 NM BT AH EF
Undecided 0% 8 AT B RE FD PG BA AB JM

8 of 16 people have voted (50%)

BT

Barry Turnbull Thu 1 Aug 2019 6:47AM

No

ScotGov have their hands tied - drug legislation is not devolved. Money is going where it is required, from the non-bottomless money pit. To argue otherwise is political perversion

AH

Alex Hill Thu 1 Aug 2019 8:31AM

No

Nobody is and it's probably too late to avoid serious adn long term damage to our infrastructure.

EF

Eleanor Ferguson Thu 1 Aug 2019 12:14PM

No

UK government has tied the hands of the Scottish Government,and its welfare policies are causing the conditions for drug use to increase. Many of the deaths are also related to the mass unemployment caused by Margaret Thatcher.

AD

adrian davies Thu 1 Aug 2019 12:41PM

Yes

hemp and cannabis should be decriminalised. resources can then be used for other illegal drugs instead and those needing cannabis for health reasons can use without fear of being criminalised for trying to keep their health stable.

AB

Poll Created Wed 14 Aug 2019 5:43PM

Is Scotland's freedom of information law under threat? Closed Wed 21 Aug 2019 11:02AM

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Yes 100.0% 4 D TI PD EK
No 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 8 AT B RE FD PG BA AB JM

4 of 12 people have voted (33%)

TI

Tina Irving Thu 15 Aug 2019 6:48AM

Yes

Without spending lots of unpaid time it's almost impossible to get info about the Rocket.

D

Duncan Thu 15 Aug 2019 10:40AM

Yes

We must fight to keep this open and available to the public, even if that means a small administrative charge.

AB

Poll Created Wed 28 Aug 2019 3:32PM

What is now the most likely outcome for Brexit? Closed Wed 4 Sep 2019 11:02AM

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
No deal Brexit 71.4% 5 CD BT PK GK AG
A new withdrawal agreement 14.3% 1 CPO
Second referendum 14.3% 1 EF
Undecided 0% 8 AT B RE FD PG BA AB JM

7 of 15 people have voted (46%)

PK

patricia Keogh Thu 29 Aug 2019 8:21AM

No deal Brexit

Political parties are not united enough or strong enough to stop this dreadful outcome

CPO

Charles Patrick O'Brien Thu 29 Aug 2019 9:53AM

A new withdrawal agreement

To be good neighbours the EU will help us out by throwing an extra fish or so into the mix.

CD

christopher donohue Thu 29 Aug 2019 11:11AM

No deal Brexit

Scottish Independence

EF

Eleanor Ferguson Thu 29 Aug 2019 6:29PM

Second referendum

I think Johnstone has gone too far and will be forced to concede,by the Scottish court if nothing else

LH

Poll Created Thu 5 Sep 2019 1:37AM

Should Scottish drug activists break the law to save lives? Closed Mon 16 Sep 2019 9:01PM

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Yes 100.0% 5  
No 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 0  

5 of 5 people have voted (100%)

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Anonymous Thu 5 Sep 2019 7:29AM

Yes

stop drug deaths in Scotland

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Anonymous Thu 5 Sep 2019 9:41AM

Yes

Legislation should have been delegated to ScotGov long ago. If no-one lese cares about 'our people' outwith the Scottish Border, then we should just get on with it ourselves. I'd love to see a prosecution in Court... "They defied the law...they tried to save lives"