Carlaw was noted for not clapping long and loud enough after Cummings' Rose Garden conference.Kreuzberger wrote: ↑Thu Jul 30, 2020 7:04 pmBoiler wrote: ↑Thu Jul 30, 2020 4:06 pmJackson Carlaw has thrown in the towel as leader of the Scottish Tories.
https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/186 ... ve-leader/."not, in the present circumstances, the person best placed" to lead the case for Scotland remaining part of the UK
Christ on a bike. That is beyond belief!
Nah nah Labour- as if the only people complaining are Corbynite hacks.I wasn’t asked by the Warrington Guardian to comment on this story. Had I been here’s what I would have said:
Clare Fox has not been nominated to the House of Lords as a Conservative peer, she has been nominated as an unaffiliated peer. The process for appointment of unaffiliated peers is through the independent House of Lords Appointment Commission not the Government.
What rankles me and so many is Ms Fox’s refusal to acknowledge how her comments at the time caused such hurt to families in Warrington. If her views have changed she should say so, she should apologise to the families affected.
To see Labour accusing the PM (who didn’t nominate Ms Fox) of ignoring her views on the actions of the IRA In Warrington has the greatest of all ironies - they seem to have a selected memory loss!
Just a few months back Labour MPs and candidates stood alongside their then leader Jeremy Corbyn, campaigning for him to be Prime Minister. Just so we’re clear that’s the same Jeremy Corbyn who has given numerous interviews in which he has been challenged to condemn the IRA’s campaign of violence unequivocally – without equating it to other parties involved in the conflict – and has declined to do so.
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