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Tag: Tony Blair

Perils of British independence: what does residual unionism tell us about...

Commentary by Christopher Silver “The vote on 18 September could indeed be a moment of destiny, but not the one the separatists are praying for:...

Corbyn conquers Labour dissidents while Scotland shrugs and looks away

As Jeremy Corbyn hails his second party leadership victory, Derek Bateman reflects on the slow decline and sudden fall of Labour's fortunes in Scotland A...

Death of Labour, and perhaps of final reason for Scots to...

Commentary by Christopher Silver Of all the sights that the House of Commons has witnessed, last night’s debate on Trident ought to be remembered as...

Why leader’s Murdoch bond is a step too far for this...

By Hugh Kerr When I saw the picture of Nicola Sturgeon holding a copy of the Sun I dismissed it as a "photoshop". After all...

SNP balancing act as leadership copes with membership expectations

Commentary by Hugh Kerr The SNP conference is taking place in Aberdeen next weekend. On the face of it, this will likely be a loyalist...

New Labour is finally no more, spun to its grave at...

Derek Bateman kicks some dust over the grave of New Labour The real failure of Labour wasn’t Blair, it was marketing. If they had known how...

Secrets and lies: Gaddafi and the Labour Party

Special report by GA Ponsonby Secret documents emerged recently to confirm details of how British intelligence agencies engaged in a series of joint operations with...

McTernan to head up the branch office

Derek Bateman writes a fan letter to Labour's new branch office 'chief of staff' It isn’t getting much airtime yet but there is deep unhappiness...