Operation Arse it was called: the campaign to stop Boris Johnson becoming leader of the Conservative Party and Theresa May’s replacement as Prime Minister. The Scottish Tory leader, Ruth Davidson didn’t think much of...
- A Lopsided Union
- Dumped or tolerated?
- The Rise of English Nationalism – and the Demise of the UK
- A Danglerous Place
- Working…with wine…and lies
- Reluctance to address honestly
- Split ahoy for Scottish Tories?
- World beating
- The road to indyref2
- Paying the price
- Party or no party? That is the question
- NHS in imminent danger
- A really frustrating place to work in
- Campaign to unseat 44 Tory MPs
- Worth their weight in gold?
- Size doesn’t matter
- Global Assembly Conference
- Global Britain or Polluter Britain?
- Why Glasgow?
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“We’re not just living through history, we’re making it.” Alyn Smith, candidate for Stirling.
Politics and imaginary hobgoblins
‘The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.’ H. L. Mencken
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