The farcical proceedings at Stirling done nothing to dilute that view, indeed I witnessed an out pouring of bile and hate that I have scarcely witnessed, certainly not amongst those purported to be colleagues. Compound that with the underhand campaign that had and was taking place and the complete lack of interest in doing anything about it from the board I left Stirling that day disillusioned and hugely frustrated at an organisation that prides itself on transparency and fair play. There was none of either at Stirling that day.
Then this last evening Alan Harris was treated with complete disrespect, and left with no option but to resign.
Working in an organisation, as I do, in which we care for, and look after those unable to do so themselves, I do not care to be associated with those that plainly do not hold similar views. Infact the opposite appears the case in my opinion.
Finally, how SD will carry forward the values of an SFSN concept when clearly there is no appetite for such amongst the Scottish SD membership will be interesting to behold as will the reaction when the funders contemplate failure.
Yours in sadness