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Corbyn’s contempt

Jeremy Corbyn is talking utter pish. To insist that voters in Scotland have a “simple choice” between the two main British nationalist parties is to disregard the reality of Scottish politics. Worse! it is massively disrespectful of Scotland’s voters as … 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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Colour me baffled

Am I the only one having difficulty getting their head around Kezia Dugdale’s very special ‘logic’? Is there something I’m missing here? Or is the argument that exceptional and repeated failure makes her particularly qualified to both lead and advise … Continue reading

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Moving on

Just what we needed! Another London-centric politician demonstrating how little he understands Scotland’s politics. Or even the fact that Scotland has a politics which is distinct from that in England. Livingstone seem to imagine that it is all a simple … Continue reading

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Corbyn: the voice of controlled dissent

British nationalists, especially those of the British Labour variety, relish nothing more than a bitter little fantasy about SNP leaders being “worried”. As political midgets, it pleases them to indulge macho illusions about being regarded as a threat by relative … Continue reading

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Opportunity lost

It is a familiar routine. A sequence repeated so often that it has worn its own comfortable rut in Scotland’s political landscape. It goes like this… The voters deliver a resounding electoral slap to British Labour in Scotland. This triggers … Continue reading

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