According to reports, Ruth Davidson aspires to be Scotland’s First Minister. You may react to this presumption with a blend of horror and hilarity. You may even regard the prospect with equanimity or, just possibly, something akin to enthusiasm. But, however disturbing or delightful you find the thought of Ruth Davidson as Scotland’s political leader, you must be at least a little concerned by the fact that she appears convinced the First Minister can only do one thing at a time.
Davidson seems to genuinely believe that the role she has ambitions to fill would limit her to the extent that she would have to choose between concerning herself with fundamental constitutional issues and addressing the education of Scotland’s children. If we accept Ruth Davidson’s own account, she would find it impossible to do both.
Quite how this severe limitation commends her for the job of First Minister remains a mystery.
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