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Welcome to the latest edition of the Wee Ginger Dugcast. This week I am joined by The National’s reporter Stewart Ward because Callum Baird is being a dirty stop out and has the day off. This week we chat about that opinion poll of Conservative party members and how it means that the Tories can no longer pose as the party of the union, the latest developments in the Conservative leadership contest and what it might mean for the independence movement. And we also chat about the new bill that’s being presented to Holyrood to extend the voting franchise in Scotland to everyone who is legally resident in the country. Plus we talk about The National’s new initiative to reach out to soft no and undecided voters – Big Enough, Smart Enough, Rich Enough.
If you are attending the Bannockburn rally tomorrow, the dug and I shall see you there!