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How the far left is strengthening conservatism.

The far left have been pumped full of steroids since Jeremy “JEZ we can” Corbyn became Labour leader, and now, more than ever, they’re out for a spoil. He passively aggressively adopted the ‘we’re a broad church’ line at the … Continue reading

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Grexit and Austerity: the slogans of antipathy.

Don’t you just hate the sensationalising of events with catchphrases? We accept that genuine disasters are usually given abbreviations as a convenience and then absorbed into the lexicon immediately, say ‘Piper Alpha’, ‘Dunblane’, ‘Lockerbie’ or ‘9/11’. Okay, so that last … Continue reading

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What the fuck just happened?

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

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The dilemma the SNP could face.

The pitiful Tory attempt at satire (above) has it wrong: the road to independence will likely come from the SNP distancing itself from Westminster politics, not conforming to its nebulous culture. We’re in a vacuum of logic, where the fervent campaigning for the … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Lament

This is Scotland’s lament On the 18th of September Hope pitched its tent, In George Square Thousands went there Hoping for fanfare, Only to meet a nightmare When Clackmannanshire went Now all we’ll remember, Is Yes’s fading ember During the … Continue reading

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