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The Corbyn Effect

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Asking a Labour politician for powers for Scotland is like asking a cheap hotel proprietor for biscuits and cheese. That's exactly what you get but not what you wanted! Asking a Labour politician for powers for Scotland is like asking a cheap hotel proprietor for biscuits and cheese.
That’s exactly what you get but not what you wanted!

You do something to me, something that mystifies me…” goes the old song. Life imitates the old crooner’s signature lyrics if you listen to Jeremy Corbyn warble.

I began Monday wondering what prize hack David Torrance thinks about today’s Labour politics, and then I realised I was wearing my Tee shirt back-to-front.

What an odd looking person is Torrance, not just in looks but in his writing which imitates his name, tawdry, filled with commonplace observations, opinions no higher that dialogue in a television soap. Then again, he is no odder or wiser than Jeremy Corbyn.

Jeremy Corbyn, a man more sailor in port than political titan Jeremy Corbyn, a man more sailor in port than political titan

What are we to make of a politicians who thinks Scotland part of England?

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