Today we got an inkling as to Theresa May’s Irish Border plan. It’s a sensible solution but the hard Brexiteers will now be sharpening their knives.
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The main sticking point is that post-Brexit, the EU Withdrawal Bill moves powers to Westminster that should default to Holyrood.
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.
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.
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.
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.
May is using the Goebbels playbook to campaign for GE2017. Uttering simple, repetitious and crude soundbites to an electorate she holds in contempt
Not only was May’s anti-EU tirade undiplomatic and counter-productive, the points she made show that she knows Brexit could be a disaster.
In what might have been the most embarrassing edition of Come Dine WIth Me ever, President of EU Commission decides May is “living in another galaxy”
Theresa May and the conservatives are trying to replace healthy democracy, media scrutiny and public engagement with buzzwords like Strong and Stable.
Sturgeon has been as clear as she can be about her indyref2 plan. The UK should formally reply to her request before Sturgeon makes her next step.
The Tories bang on about independence to distract you from the real issues. Judging by what the PM just said I wouldn’t trust the Tories on your pension
If the soft-Brexit parties worked together they could stop the Tories & reshape the future of the UK. Yet they won’t, as this will be another divisive vote.
NO voters opted for safety and surety in 2014. From the evidence of May’s scant plan, neither of those two things is assured going forward.
As it’s April Fools Day and our last blog was pretty heavy. Here is a lighthearted roundup of the best of the Sofagate photos.