Tag Archives: British Labour in Scotland

Let them have it…

I am sitting here on the other end of a computer staring at a screen and I feel angry, no, make  that…really angry.  Why?  Well, in all honesty, and I can’t believe that I am going to be so blunt … Continue reading

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The ‘grand coalition’ of doom

It really comes as no surprise that this “grand coalition” of British Nationalists is being proposed. It is a threat that has been looming over Scotland ever since the No vote in 2014. If the British establishment cannot crush political … Continue reading

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The Corbyn delusion

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp is almost certainly correct when he says that Corbyn won’t win. The danger is that the goodies he’s dangling before voters will persuade the more credulous on the left to return to the British Labour fold – where … Continue reading

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Killing hope

There’s a great deal in this article about British Labour in Scotland’s (BLiS) bitter resentment of the SNP and a fair bit of wishful thinking about what might restore BLiS to the status which it regards as its entitlement. There … Continue reading

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The olden days

When most of us find cause to be uncommonly concerned about the future, we find Alistair Darling harking back to what now seems like a very distant past. It is seven years since British Labour was last in power at … Continue reading

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No going back!

Full credit to Steven Purcell for his efforts to get past the bitter, corrosive, intellect-crippling resentment of the SNP that has come to define British Labour in Scotland (BLiS) over the past few years every bit as much as their … 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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