Uk news Alba party project logo on to BBC headquarters after not being invited to debate PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The former First Minister has not been invited to any of the previous debates.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Alex Salmond's Alba party has projected its logo on the BBC headquarters in Glasgow after not being invited to the final leaders' debate of the election. Leaders from the five main parties in Scotland will go head-to-head on BBC One Scotland and the BBC News Channel for the fourth and final time of the election campaign tonight. Nicola Sturgeon (SNP), Douglas Ross (Scottish Conservatives), Anas Sarwar (Labour), Willie Rennie (Lib Dems) and Patrick Harvie (Scottish Greens) will all face questions from BBC Scotland Political Editor Glenn Campbell on the show which kicks off at 7.50pm. The former First Minister has not been invited to any of the previous debates so in response Alba has projected its logo on to the building on the banks of the River Clyde. The Alba logo on the side of the BBC Scotland headquarters in Glasgow Read More Related Articles When will the Scottish election results be announced? Read More Related Articles Nicola Sturgeon shuts down GMB host Kate Garraway on £40bn manifesto overspend claim ALBA Campaign Manager and Lead Candidate for West Scotland Cllr Chris McEleny said: "The BBC apparatchiks may take our debating lines but they cannot take away our freedom to make a fool of their attempts at censorship.
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. "When ALBA’s community based campaign proves successful BBC bosses will spend the next five years explaining why their attempts to rig an election left them with egg on their faces and the ALBA symbol on their building." The Daily Record has contacted the BBC for comment. Following the debate the Record Politics team will be going live on our Twitter and Facebook accounts to analyse each leader. Join us just after 9.30pm.
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