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Tories unveiled

The Tory election campaign is horrific from a Conservative perspective because it has offered the politically aware a glimpse of the true nature of this vile, vicious, vacuous British nationalist regime. The party has failed to conceal Theresa May’s ineptitude … Continue reading

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Tools can also be weapons

Even if the accuracy of these reports can be questioned, the credibility can’t. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung (FAZ) account of the dinner meeting involving the Prime Minister and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is damaging because it is believable. It … 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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The most dangerous woman?

The alternatively worded referendum is, of course, one of several options open to Nicola Sturgeon should Theresa May persist in her anti-democratic defiance of the Scottish Parliament’s will. As the First Minister considers these options she will naturally have to … Continue reading

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Boxing clever

Few speeches in recent times have been more eagerly anticipated than Nicola Sturgeon’s address to the SNP Spring Conference in Aberdeen this afternoon. One doesn’t often get the opportunity to use the phrase ‘fate of nations’ without being accused of … Continue reading

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That voice! That face!

There’s something familiar about Theresa May. We’ve heard that lecturing, hectoring, condescending tone before. The voice of privilege. The voice of assured economic security and social status. The voice of a ruling elite that is as alien as it is … Continue reading

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Being British

Well, that didn’t take long. We might have expected – or hoped – that May would at least make a pretence of honouring her pledge to give serious consideration to the Scottish Government’s proposals. Not that anybody took that pledge … Continue reading

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