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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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Missing or avoiding?

Did Dugdale miss the campaign because she was away stalking Hillary Clinton? Or was the campaign arranged for a date when she wouldn’t be around? And does it matter? It may be that this was Anas Sarwar seeking to undermine … 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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Don’t be fooled!

KEZIA Dugdale plunged her party into a fresh crisis yesterday, claiming Jeremy Corbyn cannot unite Labour or win a general election just minutes after he was re-elected as UK leader. Her party? What party is that? British Labour in Scotland … Continue reading

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False autonomy

Kezia Dugdale is talking pish again. Not for the first time, she’s banging on about her pretendy wee party having the authority to formulate policy independent of the real party. Which implies that British Labour in Scotland (BLiS) could have … Continue reading

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Demockracy!

It would appear to be one of the quirks of democracy, done in the manner favoured by the British parties, that the party which is relegated to third place by an unambiguously dismissive electorate assumes the right to have its … 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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The daily grind

While the rest of the British establishment is occupied forcing Scotland out of the EU against our wishes and foisting the obscenity of Trident on us despite our protests, it’s good to know that Kezia Dugdale is still slogging away … Continue reading

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What?…

I want to bring your attention to this Tweet from Ms Dugsdale: What now for Labour in Scotland? pic.twitter.com/sujZF8txs5 — Kezia Dugdale (@kezdugdale) 27 June 2016 This British Nationalism seems very strange to me.  Apparently, if she is to be … Continue reading

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Political paralysis

I suppose we should not be surprised any more when British Labour in Scotland (BLiS) does things like this. But their grim determination to embrace irrelevance is, nonetheless, deeply perplexing. The outcome of the EU referendum afforded Kezia Dugdale the … Continue reading

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