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Jenny Hjul

JENNY HJUL: The SNP is tearing itself apart

January 16 2019

Wherever your sympathies lie in the Nicola Sturgeon versus Alex Salmond saga, with her, with him or with neither, there is no escaping the fact that the scandal engulfing the SNP has rocked their independence cause.

Jenny Hjul

JENNY HJUL: Peering at the foggy future

January 2 2019

The world’s view of Britain is shaped as much by cultural and sporting events as by politics and international conflict, according to Neil MacGregor, who has made a programme, As Others See Us, currently being aired on Radio Four.

Jenny Hjul

JENNY HJUL: Another day of indulgence in Westminster

December 19 2018

The latest act of self-indulgence by what will go down in history as the most self-indulgent of all parliaments came on Monday evening, when Jeremy Corbyn decided, after much dithering, to call a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister.

Jenny Hjul

JENNY HJUL: Tax plea likely to fall on deaf ears

December 12 2018

Derek Mackay, the SNP’s finance minister, thinks if he keeps blaming Scotland’s problems on Brexit they will go away. As he prepares to deliver his budget in the Scottish parliament today, he will be hoping the chaos over Europe will serve as a distraction from his own predicament.

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