Tag Archives: Gordon Brown
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. There was supposed to be post-election confusion with a hung parliament, and we were just getting used to that idea. Other than the SNP, the number of seats won by each party won … Continue reading
Being as I am, I always try to look for the best in folks, or in anything, before the evidence to the contrary makes that an impossibility. You could imagine Hitler and Stalin being decent company, especially if you had … Continue reading
It now becomes clear. David Cameron has taken some canny advice, and is trying to sabotage the Union.
When I originally wrote this piece almost a year ago, it was entirely in the glib sensibility, honest. I was trying to make light of the landscape of the referendum on Scottish independence at that time. Things were certainly different, … Continue reading