1. Kezia Dugdale has resigned as leader of the Scottish Labour party. This is a shame because she is a decent person and the party
The reaction of Conservative MPs to the election result has been as predictable as it has been disappointing: their behaviour has been akin to a
In response, the clearly spooked SNP leadership is behaving just as parties on the turn usually behave. After the extraordinary rise and years of ceaseless advance, the SNP leadership has grown a wee bit too smug and finds itself ill-equipped to adapt or respond to changed circumstances. It’s very funny to watch.
There usually comes a point in the cycle of power when strength becomes weakness, when the qualities that first made a leadership group a success become
It was a big day for the Tories yesterday, with hundreds of new council seats won across the country, particularly in the Labour heartlands of
Scotland must have another independence referendum, says Nicola Sturgeon. Its people are crying out for it. The will of the Scottish people, according to the
One more quick thought, further to my ramblings earlier on today about the advisability of Theresa May calling an early general election. The Prime Minister has ruled it out, which is what those in power always do until they change course and rather suddenly rule it in.