According to a new YouGov survey, apathy hurt the SNP more than any other factor in GE2017. About a quarter of 2015 SNP voters didn’t vote.
Category: General Election 2017
The argument against indyref2 is that most Scots voted for parties that don’t support it. Fine, lets use that same logic and stop mitigating austerity.
After GE2017 I can see why it may be tempting to bin indyref2. Let’s not as the results of the election make winning independence far more likely.
Do you remember when Ruth Davidson warned us that we need a big Tory majority to stop the ‘Brexiteer Bastards’ making Brexit a disaster?
You can draw your own conclusions about what Nicola Sturgeon revealed about Kezia Dugdale, but saying Sturgeon wants the Tories to win is crazy.
I can see why many are drawn to vote for Corbyn but if you want to kick the Tories out, under FPTP, you need to think tactically.
I hope that Jeremy Corbyn becomes the PM and transforms the UK. If you want to help him then the worst thing you could do is vote for Scottish Labour.
I can understand why Ruth Davidson is against having indyref2, but it is unacceptable she and many others are willing to subvert democracy to avoid it.
Captain SKA – Liar Liar GE2017 is number 3 in the i-tunes singles chart despite getting no radio playtime. Let’s force the BBC to play in on the Chart Show.
Kezia Dugdale recently accused the SNP at Westminster of only fighting for independence. This reply on Twitter by an SNP staffer crushed that ludicrous statement.
Strong and Stable: If you compare their performances in the Andrew Neil leadership interviews then it is clear that May is weaker than Sturgeon.
All we have heard from the Tories recently is vote for us as we are strong and stable, but you need more than strength for security.
In East Renfrewshire, Labour are forming a pact with the SNP at the same time as telling people how to stop them getting power. Mixed messages anyone?
The Tory GE2017 manifesto reminds us that they prefer no deal to a Brexit bad deal. Looking at their aims this preference might become reality.
The Scottish Tory manifesto is full of promises on devolved issues. It even vows that the SNP will protect the Scottish Winter Fuel Allowance.
After recovering from the laughter induced by the Tories suddenly caring about Scottish consent. You’ll probably cry at the democratic implications of this.