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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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