The right to set the minimum wage may be a wee thing to her, but for folk that can’t keep warm in the winter, don't eat for the last week of the month, or whose kids can't access a computer and go to school in rags it's a BIG thing. It's the wage itself that is a wee thing.
The Bedroom tax seems only to be a wee thing when she isn't making political capital out of it. But for folk worried about whether there will be an eviction letter in the morning mail, wee it is not.
Child care and making sure that kids get a hot meal at lunchtime is not a priority to ex teacher Lamont; she’s already made that clear. Just a wee matter of kids eating without the embarrassment of being labeled "poor" or "tinky" because their parents haven't the money to feed them, pffff! Wee indeed.
And nuclear weapons less than 40 miles away from the centre of Glasgow may be a wee thing to her, but most folk think it's a great big fat scary bugger of a thing, and so will she if there’s an accident.
Her officials said it was a slip of the tongue... Nah, it wasn't. She looked pleased with it. Clever Johann.
She’s an embarrassment to Labour. No wonder they don’t let her out during the week.
Still one day she'll probably be Baroness Lamont, then she can have the last laugh at all us detractors from the vantage point of her £300 a day tax free old aristocrats' home.
You rang, my lady?