Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon appear as chalk and cheese but it is the similarities which are striking.
The Chilcot Report into the Iraq War of 2003 has been published, revealing how Britain was betrayed by a cabinet of cowards led by a dangerously obsessed man.
The lesson of two referenda is – be honest with the question.
There’s a war memorial wherever you go.
“A Scotland of ambition and enterprise, of fairness, tolerance and respect,” said the First Minister when presenting the Programme for Government to parliament.
Unpalatable as it may be to people like me who voted Yes in 2014 and will vote Remain in 2016, the issues which drove up the indy vote will also propel the Brexit one.
It is often hard to work out what the SNP want. It should be straightforward – to protect what is ‘‘Scottish’’ while helping the country develop.
We need to talk about the Tory Triangle - it’s a bit like the Bermuda one, only it is political predictions that get lost without trace.
Killing people must serve some purpose, else humans wouldn't be so good at it.
In politics, an academic who agrees with you is an “expert” while a professor who argues with you is a “maverick”. Facts make politicians sound wise – any speech which can drift into a middle section referencing a scientific paper, then some snappy statistics, is the mark of a serious contender.