|Can I be in this part of it together?|
|I'm probably more likely to be the hungry man...|
|Really can't have people of his class going to prison.|
Where would it all end?
|Sounds like the governor of the bank of England who said |
unemployment in the north was a price worth
paying for stability in the City.
|There's a lot of money in poverty and suffering|
|Note: English figures. You know the score|
England... UK interchangeable.
|Probably till 2020...roll up, roll up...|
|Good how Gideon has increased the standard of living of...|
hmmm ...those on more than £1050,000
|Please can I be reborn in Monaco?|
|It's ok... the disabled can pick up the tab.|
|Something else when you are dying and that is |
how you look back at your country.
|Add to that all manner of roads and bridges all over England, |
which we all subsidise.
|Bless him, he doesn't want a job after politics|
in North Wales does he?
|With apologies to sheep, wolves and pigs everywhere.|
|Benefits to be capped at £18,000 for families|
except this one.
|Too good not to put in. But it is flattering him some.|
|If only they were this cute we might like them a little more.|
Apparently with immediate effect.
I'd like to be able to say something constructive and nice about her, but frankly I can't think of anything.
She treated opposition as exactly that and nothing more. Whatever the government proposed; she opposed. Her obvious hatred for Alex Salmond and the SNP pervaded everything she ever said. The leader of the opposition needs to be better than that for the money we pay them!
She performed badly in the chamber; she was appalling on television and she failed completely to make any kind of mark on the mess that she took over as leader.
She appears to be angry with London Labour for failing to understand that the centre of political life in Scotland is now in Edinburgh, and for not giving her power to deal with Scottish matters.
The trouble is it's too late to be saying that now. That should have been dealt with when the problems arose. In theory she was in charge of Labour in Scotland. MSPs, councillors, MWPs and MEPs... She came over as weak and ineffectual, cowed by Ed Miliband, for heaven's sake. She should have put her foot down with London and told them to butt out!
I can say that i respect her for standing down now, and giving her successor 18 months to bed in before the general election in Scotland. There, I've said something nice.