The SNP are like the political wing of the Rotary Club. There is something irrefutably nice and well-meaning about them. The SNP manifesto is out and it’s their best – detailed, considered and focused on important issues.
Flipping a coin is one way to choose your party at this election. The system is designed for both heads and tails one vote for the constituency, one for the list.
We are witnessing a squabble between people who don’t really disagree, about a narrow range of policies, on the assumption Scotland is doing just fine.
There is a junction on the M8 between Edinburgh and Glasgow named Eurocentral.