IT must have been a poor imitator of Jeremy Corbyn who took over on Monday night, after the real McCoy finished his speech at the STUC conference in Aviemore. Surely the man himself wouldn’t have stormed down to Dunfermline, blamed the Scottish Government for the evils of his Westminster opponents and expected the Scots toContinue reading “Jeremy Corbyn: A poor imitation of an opposition leader?”
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Is inheritance really a toxic topic in Scottish politics?
If the transfer of assets from parents to their children is thwarting aspirations of social mobility, why won’t our politicians come out and say so?
Is Labour leadership candidate Owen Smith really normal? And if so, is that a good thing?
The Labout leadership candidates wants us to think he’s an ordinary bloke. But so did Tony Blair…
Do we really want honest politicians, as opposed to a bit of razzle dazzle?
Everyone says they want honest politicians – but don’t silly questions sometimes deserve evasive answers?
No voters now thinking again weren’t all fooled during the independence referendum
The vote for a Brexit has changed what it means to be part of the UK, so it’s natural that head-over-heart No voters will be reconsidering their stance.