Monthly Archives: February 2014

Jon Snow is an extra in the centenary remake of Michael Gove’s favorite war – WWIII: This time it’s personal!

Jon Snow is a tame poodle of NATO. He and 90% of Channel Four News broadcasters are no better than megaphones for everything that is rotten in Britain’s Tory Establishment. Laughing as captured P.O.W.s are tortured to death in a … Continue reading

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Open Letter To Jonathon Dimbleby on Scotland’s referendum:

Dear Jonathon Dimbleby, I have always considered you one of the best, one of the most fair broadcasters at the BBC, and the rest of Britain’s mainstream media. But the handling of last week’s Any Questions on Scotland left a … Continue reading

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Harriet Harman will become a general election issue unless she resigns:

I think it is healthy that the left can have a civilized debate about this. I have to confess to being surprised at how many on the left have backed Harriet Harman. I have never been one of her fans. … Continue reading

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Nicola Sturgeon should ask for a rematch with Johann Lamont:

Scot Night’s debate was a disaster. Both participants (Nicola Sturgeon and Johann Lamont) should be invited back, with a new set of rules. I would suggest that both apologize to all Scotland’s voters, each accepting a share of the blame. … Continue reading

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Johann Lamont and Nicola Sturgeon’s shouting match insults the voters:

I’m glad Scot Night’s debate was on so late most undecideds will have gone to bed before it started, blissfully ignorant of what was about to happen. If only clips wouldn’t go viral with people all over the world laughing … Continue reading

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Harriet Harman should resign after her car crash interview:

Harriet Harman could have done with good advice before her interview with Laura Kuenssberg. Tom Watson could have provided it, if Ed Miliband had not allowed Rupert Murdoch’s friends in the Shadow Cabinet to smear him, then remove him from … Continue reading

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Follow Patrick Harvie’s lead on Scottish nationalism:

I liked the way Patrick Harvie responded to the question of nationalism on the BBC’s last debate with Ruth Davidson,┬áJenny Marra and Stewart Hosie. Those in the undecided camp who can swell the ranks of the Yes Campaign enough to … Continue reading

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