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Understanding why

Whatever his other qualities, Iain Macwhirter is a journalist in the British tradition. Hence his tendency to echo the cosy consensus of the London-based media. And his dutiful adherence to another facet of the British journalistic tradition, the prompt rehabilitation … Continue reading

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Dugdale v Campbell

I don’t care if you vote Stay/Leave in the UK, Leave/Remain in the EU or even if you believe in God or not…I really don’t care.  However, I do care about how you want your politicians to behave.  Stuart Campbell, … Continue reading

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Envy really can be deadly

I suspect people may be wearying of even the more thoughtful attempts to analyse and explain Kezia Dugdale’s ‘thinking’. I’m not sure it matters what her motives are. It’s hard to find any relevance in her views. But there’s a … Continue reading

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Kezia Dugdale…

I just thought I’d leave these here for you:   Kez: “The solution is not independence. It’s not this union of nations which is unfair or unjust, but decisions of the powerful within it.” — Scottish Labour (@scottishlabour) 29 March … Continue reading

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Selective blindness

Few, if any, are taken in by Kezia Dugdale’s pointless posturing. Her talk of a ‘new Act of Union’ is nothing more than a transparent ploy to try and position British Labour in Scotland (BLiS) somewhere between the SNP’s positive … Continue reading

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Still bitter together

Kezia Dugdale isn’t the only one who hasn’t a clue who might front the effort to deny the sovereignty of Scotland’s people in the next independence referendum campaign. That’s one that nobody can figure out. But Dugdale’s rhetoric leaves the … Continue reading

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The same old song

Before considering Kezia Dugdale’s latest declaration of impressive intent, I first had to get over my surprise at British Labour in Scotland (BLiS) managing to assemble “an audience of 300 supporters and business leaders”. What was in the goody-bags, I … Continue reading

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