Tag Archives: Ruth Davidson

Finding words

I don’t often struggle for words. But I’m having great difficulty finding language that can encompass the extent of my anger and disgust at Ruth Davidson and her Tory masters in London. The rape clause, together with the other measures … Continue reading

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Now the gloves are off…

Bloody hell, I take a few days off for Easter, and missed being able to comment on the great Holyrood boycott from Ruth and her mates.  Ruth Davidson supporting the absolutely ghastly and inhumane rape clause.  Then today, St Theresa … Continue reading

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Malicious flouncing

Exactly what does Ruth Davidson hope to achieve by her threatened boycott of Holyrood? There is no quorum for proceedings in the Scottish Parliament. So it’s hard to see how the Tories would be missed. It’s not as if they … Continue reading

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Sociopathic insanity

I have to confess that, when I first heard about the so-called ‘rape clause’ being introduced by the Tories, I didn’t believe it. My initial reaction was to treat it as ‘fake news’. I honestly thought that somebody had concocted … Continue reading

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Ignorance and disrespect

The evident inability of Unionists to comprehend the fundamental principles of democracy is something that is frequently remarked upon. Few things demonstrate this dumb incomprehension more than their campaign to deny Scotland’s right of self-determination. A campaign which, in defiance … Continue reading

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Clowns and queens

There was strong competition over the weekend for the most farcical performance from a British politician. As ever, Willie Rennie was a strong contender. He challenged the field with his insistence that the Scottish Government isn’t really the Scottish Government … 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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