So Corbyn’s phone attributations are neat, but not new, and if a leader was not asking the questions that the public wanted to know anyway then something has gone awry. As for the speak softly, carry a big stick approach of Corbyn, he should do as he does with his questions and attribute to the source of his ‘different’ approach. Namely, Ruth, Kezia, Willie and Nicola fae Scotland. (Read More)
Something a political party wants desperately is usually one of the key things that defines them. It’s something they have to accept if offered. And thus it can also be the deadliest of traps. (Read More)
It’s the scatter-gun approach of psychics the world over. Name all the possibilities, and let the mark’s reaction guide you to the correct answer.
Thus, at the beginning of the referendum campaign, I asserted with all the unwarranted confidence of an English Tory, in a long-prepared lecture, to anyone careless enough to ask, that support for independence would not rise much above the 30% it had consistently polled in the previous thirty years. By the end, I was suffering from a serious bout of electionitis and beginning to think that we (the Yessers – gissa joab) might actually win. (Read More)