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Who’s demeaning who now?

It is interesting to contrast the spittle-flecked histrionics of Neil Findlay and others of Kezia Dugdale’s ‘colleagues’ with the muted, reasonable comments from Keith Brown. I know which I regard as the more mature and appropriate. As is so often … Continue reading

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What difference does it make?

All the ‘will they/won’t they’ sensationalism surrounding the proposals to grant greater autonomy to British Labour in Scotland (BLiS) is tending to distract attention from the nature of the proposals themselves and the fact that they are no more than … Continue reading

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Unprincipled!

Iain Gray is fooling nobody. The original British Labour in Scotland (BLiS) amendment seeking to exclude 16- and 18-year olds from the Named Person scheme was nothing more than a bit of pointless interference motivated by a petty need to … Continue reading

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