WINGS Over Scotland’s Twitter account has been suspended once again.

The controversial pro-independence blogger Stuart Campbell’s account was reinstated earlier this month after being suspended for more than two years, and he has since argued that Twitter has never provided a sufficient explanation of how he broke the rules.

And now just over a week after the Wee Blue Book author's account was reinstated, it has been suspended again.

The Friends Of Wings Twitter account has said that suspension is "probably a mistake", adding: "We'll see". 

Campbell's account was suspended back in 2019 after he intervened in a Twitter spat between journalists Helen Lewis and Louis Staples.

Staples accused Lewis of using an analysis piece to link Labour's poor electoral performance with the then Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s policies towards trans people. 

The Wings Over Scotland account was suspended after wading into the row, saying: "Sounds like you’re a c*** tbh”.

Speaking to The Scottish Sun, Campbell said: "That's entirely false. No other tweets were mentioned by Twitter - my account is regularly reported for malicious reasons, usually by trans-rights activists, but has always been found not to have violated any policies.”

Earlier this month, he announced his return to the platform by tweeting: "Well hello again. We apologise for the interruption in service, which was due to circumstances outwith our control.”

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Attached to his tweet was a screenshot of an email appearing to be from Twitter, which said @WingsScotland was unsuspended as it “does not appear to be in violation of the Twitter rules”.

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