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‘Get your head out the clouds’ ‘deal with the anti Irish racism on the streets of Glasgow’ Sturgeon under fire as she looks the other way

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More than eight hours after an Anti-Irish hate march had been facilitated through the centre of Glasgow Nicola Sturgeon took to Twitter to reveal that she has been identified as a close contact, requiring to be tested and self-isolate.

In line with the lack of action taken over the carnage caused to the city centre in March and May it seems that Scotland’s politicians are afraid to tackle certain race issues.

If it is taking the knee or supporting Afghan refugees’ politicians are falling over each other to show themselves in a good light.

When anti-Irish and anti-Catholic songs are heard on the streets they get a police escort with politicians looking the other way. At 7pm on Sunday Patrick Harvie became the first Scottish political leader had commented on the scenes along Argyle Street this morning, by 9.30pm no other leader had commented.

The First Minister is well aware of Twitter, what is happening in the city she represents in Hollyrood.

As the incidents of March and May demonstrated, when politicians turn a blind eye it offers encouragement to law-breakers.

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