Monthly Archives: February 2015

1918 and The Repeating of British Electoral History

One of the finest pieces of analysis on the general election campaign emerged from Alex Massie in The Spectator this week. The article contains various points of interest but one that got me stroking my barely noticeable stubble was Massie’s comparison … Continue reading

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Get them poured

It’s not going to reverse the polls or solve Scottish Labour’s wider issues  but Jim Murphy’s call to reintroduce the selling of alcohol at football grounds will be widely welcomed by football fans throughout the country. The overreaction by some … Continue reading

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Coatbridge SNP Selection Shenanigans

After 7 days since online voting for the Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill SNP selection ceased the result was announced yesterday.  The victorious candidate Philip Boswell is now tasked with pulling off one of the biggest swings required for the SNP … Continue reading

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