All a unionist party does by dissolving its British connections is signal to the electorate that the SNP are right.
Opportunities for Scotland’s Conservatives lie ahead – if the right organisation and resources can be found.
“We cannot have our leaders selected, or deselected, by the grudges and grievances of one prominent man. The leader of the Scottish Labour Party doesn’t serve by the grace of Len McCluskey.”
I know you don’t want to hear from your opponents right now, but it would be really lovely if you could grant me a few requests.
Also: Knives out for two more Labour leaders – Murphy in Scotland and Jones in Wales.
Nicola Sturgeon’s party would win seven out of these eight seats on these figures. Douglas Alexander, Charles Kennedy, Jo Swinson – all would be out of the Commons.
Labour have fed the SNP by laying the blame for every calamity at the door of Westminster.
The Strathclyde Commission’s proposals have paved the way for one.
Jim Murphy’s performance. The SNP’s new members. Salmond’s demands. Turnout. And the new devolution proposals.
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