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The result was a split in the Militant in what has become known as the 'Scottish Turn'; Scottish Militant Labour had gained six councillors in Glasgow by , including Sheridan.
Discussions were held with other left-wing and Scottish republican groups and a new group was formed in known initially as the Scottish Socialist Alliance.
Differences over political strategy and priorities within the Committee for a Workers' International CWI soon surfaced, especially on the issue of Scottish independence, leading to a split within the CWI and Sheridan along with the majority of Scottish supporters left the organisation.
A few weeks later he won the Pollok ward on Glasgow City Council. He became the convenor of the party and was elected to the Scottish Parliament in as a Glasgow representative and re-elected in Together with Alan McCombes he published Imagine , an outline of the principles of socialism for a modern era.
Sheridan was active in implementing long-needed changes in Scottish law, including the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. On 11 November , Sheridan stepped down as convenor of the SSP, citing his wife Gail's pregnancy as a prime reason.
It later emerged that the party's executive committee voted unanimously to force Sheridan to resign after a 9 November meeting in which he confirmed stories printed about a then-unnamed MSP were about him,  and indicated he would take legal action against the paper.
Following Sheridan's resignation, the News of the World named him as the MSP they said had had an extramarital affair and visited a swingers' club in Manchester.
He later branded those who refused to support him as "scabs". The minutes of the meeting which detailed the deliberations leading to Sheridan's resignation were kept confidential until subpoenaed by News International.
The minutes included a discussion by the party's executive committee about a recent article that alleged a married MSP had visited a swingers' club in Manchester.
According to the minute, Sheridan admitted that he had in fact visited the club on two occasions, in and , with close friends.
Some of those present at the meeting gave evidence that they had heard Sheridan acknowledge he had been "reckless" in his behaviour which had, with hindsight, been "a mistake" and that "his strategy was to deny the allegations".
Sheridan claimed this minute was not accurate. Eleven members, including four of the party's MSPs, stated they heard Sheridan admit to visiting the swingers' club at that meeting.
He did not accept that he should admit the visits to the club and felt that no-one should comment on private lives". At the annual conference of the SSP in early , Sheridan was elected to the SSP executive and at the March conference, he was elected as party co-chair.
Sheridan was originally set to re-contest the Scottish Socialist Party leadership at the October conference,  and Colin Fox claimed he had only established the new party because he did not stand a chance of winning back that role as SSP leader.
Sheridan was first arrested at the Faslane nuclear base, the location of Britain's Trident submarine fleet, for a breach of the peace offence committed during a demonstration in February Believing nuclear weapons to be illegal under international law,  Sheridan made it clear at the time that he had no intention of paying the fine.
Sheridan was one of the first to be arrested for a breach of the peace at a demonstration at Faslane on 11 February The party also stood a candidate in by-elections in in Glasgow East and the Glenrothes , and Sheridan himself stood in the Glasgow North East by-election.
Sheridan resigned as the co-convenor of Solidarity in June , but returned as convener in Hearings in Sheridan's defamation case against the publishers of the News of the World began in the Court of Session in Edinburgh on 4 July The jury heard allegations that Sheridan had visited a swingers clubs in Manchester and engaged in adulterous affairs with two women.
Eleven members of the SSP 's executive committee testified that he admitted in an Executive committee meeting to attending a swingers club with women,   but another four members of the SSP who were present at that Executive meeting backed Sheridan's claim that he made no such admission at that meeting.
On 14 July , Sheridan sacked his legal team and announced that he would represent himself. When she stated that she was embarrassed about her past, but that she was telling the truth, Sheridan unflinching brandished her as a perjurer, plotter and gold-digger.
The News of the World announced its intention to appeal what they described as the "perverse" decision in the immediate aftermath of the trial, and a provisional date for the hearing was set for December , however it was postponed until the procurator fiscal announced the outcome of the perjury probe.
On 10 October , BBC News reported that Grampian Police were investigating a claim by Fiona McGuire, who had been a witness in the trial for the News of the World , that she had received a death threat through the post.
On 26 August , the Sunday Herald reported that John Lynn had been questioned by detectives about allegations of witness tampering. Lynn is reportedly an associate of Paul Ferris , a reformed criminal who has become friendly with Sheridan.
The report said Helen Allison, who claimed in court that she saw Sheridan having sex in a Glasgow hotel, had been approached by Lynn who asked her not to give evidence.
Lynn was once jailed for 17 years for shooting an Ulster barman. On 1 October , the News of the World reignited controversy by publishing new evidence in support of its claim that Sheridan lied to the Court of Session.
It was a video recording of Sheridan admitting he had visited a swingers club in Manchester on two occasions and further, that he had, as other senior SSP members claimed in court, admitted this at an Executive meeting of the SSP.
McNeillage had been one of three best men at Sheridan's wedding. Sheridan does not appear clearly on the video at any time. The newspaper has not been able to produce any images from the video showing Sheridan's face and Sheridan says the video is a fake.
He conceded his voice was on the tape but suggested it was "spliced" with clips of the voice of someone else.
Sheridan then suggested that MI5 , someone within the SSP and Rupert Murdoch had conspired to concoct the videotape to undermine his campaign for an independent socialist Scotland.
The conflicting evidence given during the trial resulted in the judge warning several witnesses about the implications of perjuring themselves.
On 22 August , the Crown Office announced it had instructed the Edinburgh Procurators Fiscal office to ascertain if there were grounds for a criminal investigation.
On 2 October , it was concluded that there were and Lothian and Borders Police were instructed to start a criminal investigation.
In May , it was reported that staff at Cupid's Swingers Club in Manchester had told police they had been offered bribes not to co-operate with the inquiry.
On 16 December , Sheridan was charged with perjury in relation to the News of the World case. On 27 January , Sheridan and his wife were indicted for perjury, and were summoned to attend a pre-trial hearing at Edinburgh High Court on 26 February.
This trial started at Glasgow High Court on 4 October Sheridan's initial defence team included Donald Findlay , who was replaced by Maggie Scott.
He then conducted his own defence, with Anwar assisting him as amicus curiae. On 23 December a jury found Sheridan guilty of perjury and on 26 January he was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
Sheridan and Aamer Anwar subsequently parted company, with Gordon Dangerfield acting as his lawyer. A "Defend Tommy Sheridan" campaign was launched by sympathetic trade unionists and politicians to demand why Sheridan was being investigated.
At a June rally organised by the campaign, speakers including FBU secretary Kenny Ross, Paddy Hill , and Gerry Conlon queried the motives for the investigation, questioned the role of the police and Crown Office and verbally attacked the witnesses who had given evidence unhelpful to Sheridan in the original hearing.
In March , Lothian and Borders Police investigated claims that Tommy Sheridan had been bugged after a suspicious device was found in his car.
The device was described as "not of the kind used by British security services". A complaint submitted to Strathclyde Police in July lead to Operation Rubicon , a major investigation involving 50 officers investigating allegations of phone hacking, breach of data protection and perjury by News of the World.
In May , Andy Coulson , editor of the News of the World from — and who gave evidence at Sheridan's trial,  was detained "on suspicion of committing perjury before the High Court in Glasgow".
An appeal hearing at the Court of Session in Edinburgh against the defamation award in light of Sheridan's later perjury conviction began on 10 May In the run-up to the Scottish independence referendum , Sheridan embarked on a pro-independence speaking tour under the banner "Hope Over Fear".
According to a report in the Sunday Herald , pro-independence figures "believe Sheridan is piggy-backing on the independence campaign to gain publicity for an appeal against his conviction".
Following the defeat of the Yes campaign, Sheridan called for a Scottish National Party SNP vote at the general election for the Westminster parliament, which he said would force a second independence referendum by By all means go along, but don't for a minute imagine that this is an open, inclusive and friendly event.
This is ego at its most manipulative. Tommy Sheridan had a weekly Sunday morning show on Talk for 18 months, but the station did not renew his contract due to cutbacks and changes to programming that saw Mike Graham and others leave Talk He was the fifth to be evicted during the double eviction on 21 January He received mixed reactions from the crowd upon both entry and exit, and admitted during the post-eviction interview that his primary motivation for taking part was that he "needed the money".
In , Sheridan graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Strathclyde, his third degree as he already has an undergraduate degree in Politics and Economics, and a Masters in Social Research.
On 30 June , Sheridan announced on his Twitter that he was training to become a humanist celebrant. In June he wrote an article supporting politicians being prosecuted for lying.
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