Tag Archives: Tony Blair
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
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
I’ve always wanted to think of myself as a political pragmatist. Rule number one: no affiliation to any party. Party affiliation tends to compromise your ability to make a fully informed decision on which way to vote, as it often … Continue reading