Perth Concert Hall, October 19, 2012. The SNP was split pretty much down the middle on a decision that seemed key to the prospect of their dreams of an independent Scotland becoming a reality.
What now? That’s the big question on the mind of every politician, elected or defeated in Thursday’s general election, as the victorious travel to the House of Commons, to deal with their party’s own potential House of Cards plot.
Whoever thought putting Theresa May in the warehouse of a removals company as the polls narrow on the Prime Minister needs to re-read the idiot’s guide to political campaigning.
Opinion polls are not the enemy of those who want to know the general mood of the people at a given point during an election campaign.
A new poll published just eight days before the general election has people in quite the tizz.
Who doesn't want to start the anniversary of their birth wading through an election policy document?
General election campaigning is back under way and it’s like things didn’t stop after the Manchester atrocity.
It was the moment that dominated the first televised Scottish leaders debate of this general election campaign.
If my Dad even talks about Manchester, an Eccles accent developed over the first 14 years of his life arrives without warning, y'know?
Scottish Labour will not become the third largest party in Scottish politics, in terms of seats in the House of Commons, on June 8.