Monthly Archives: August 2014

Will Jim Murphy be prosecuted for wasting police time?

Why won’t Jim Murphy make an official complaint to the police about the man who threw an egg at him? All supporters of Yes Scotland are happy to dissociate ourselves from whatever it is he thought he was doing. He … Continue reading

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The truth Kirsty Wark, Laura Kuenssberg and Ian Katz won’t tell you:

Last night’s edition of Newsnight represented a new low in this so-called news program, a sign that even the occasional decent broadcaster can’t save it. It was precisely the kind of tabloid trash John Pilger was talking about in his … Continue reading

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What is David Cameron’s Plan B on Europe?

As David Cameron marched into Scotland yesterday, one of his MPs resigned citing his lack of trust in the Prime Minister. David Cameron will almost inevitably lose the Clacton by-election called by UKIP’s MP, Douglas Carswell. This will send shockwaves … Continue reading

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Douglas Alexander: British Nationalist and incorrigible liar

Questions for Douglas Alexander: What about the West Lothian Question? Boris Johnson, Michael Forsyth, Malcolm Rifkind, John Redwood and other senior Tories insist that English voters are getting a raw deal from Scottish devolution. Far from offering Scots more devolution, … Continue reading

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Theresa May own a Tree House. She hides Bob Lambert. Rapist. Louse.

Scotland needs a tree of life. No more abused, neglected wife. Trees are green. Scotland will bloom. By casting off this Tory gloom. Theresa May, what do you say? How many rapists do you pay? Bob Lambert’s undercover team? Our … Continue reading

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What Alex Salmond must say on Plan B when he next debates Alistair Darling

Alex Salmond must say the following: On behalf of Scotland’s negotiating team, he believes a shared currency is the best option for the Scottish people, and that as they have been investing in the assets of the Bank of England … Continue reading

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