Boris Johnson once said a column consisted of a few jokes and paradox. If the joke is Boris, then the paradox is that by achieving high office, he diminishes it.
As the wedding party slipped into the second day, folk were losing their grip on sanity.
This election is a dollop of Caledonian Antisyzygy.
The elastic of British politics is pulled and is about to snap painfully back into the nation. We could be voting before October 31 – snap enough?
The lights are going out all over Britain, smothered by ego and stupidity.
ALEX BELL: Equal pay for equal work? The Scotland women’s World Cup squad will be paid a fraction of male counterparts
Scotland play England this weekend at the football World Cup. The nation can but dream.
Nicola Sturgeon has a tough year ahead.
What about us?
Whenever ‘superfoods’ are listed, it reads like the food we used to eat.
John Major said the following this week: “No form of Brexit will remotely match up to the promises made by the Leave Campaign in the referendum: they were vote-gathering fantasies, not serious politics.”