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Co-op Labour funding to remain

Vote at AGM goes in favour of continued funding of the Labour Party

A motion at today's Co-operative AGM passed by 55 to 45 (those numbers seem familiar) to continue funding the Co-operative Party. As all Co-operative party candidates are also Labour Party candidates it means the Co-op indirectly funds the Labour Party.


Former Labour MP expresses what he really thinks of voters

The Irvine Times is reporting that former Labour MP for Central Ayrshire, Brian Donohoe was, to put it mildly, quite forthright in his opinion of voters in the constituency. 

Queen Nicola

Upgrade from Princess last week

The headline and photo editors from The Times (Scotland) decided to have a bit of fun.

GE2015 Polling Day

It's the big day tomorrow

All polling stations will be open tomorrow, Thursday May 7th, from 7am in the morning until 10pm at night.


From the serious to the barmy


In Berlin renowned artist Davide Dormino has unveiled three impressive bronze sculptures honouring the whistleblowers: Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning.

Ed on the chopping block?

That would be Andy

Ed Miliband couldn't have been clearer:

Princess Nicola

The most dangerous woman in the galaxy?

Well, we weren't sure this was legitimate at first because it looked like they spent less than 10 minutes with the photo editing software to create this image.

24 hours from...

Glasgow not Tulsa

Images of what looks like a pre-election day leaflet from Labour have been posted on the internet. Rumours suggest that they may be delivered only in the Glasgow area but could just as easily be delivered country wide or limited to targeted constituencies.

Steady the horses

STV Ipsos MORI poll has SNP at 54%

A poll, released today, commisioned by STV and conducted by Ipsos MORI has the SNP on a voting intention of 54% and Labour 30 points behind at 20%. Not far behind Labour are the Tories at 17% and the LibDems and Greens at 5% and 2% respectively. Plugging these figures into the prediction website Electoral Calculus produces a result where the SNP would win all 59 Westminster seats in Scotland.

David Cameron: epic fail

Tories reduced to ridiculous fear story

Conservative leader David Cameron seems to be reduced to one desperate campaign tactic in an attempt to rescue his faltering bid for a second term as Prime Minister. In essence the Tory fear story is: you better not vote for Labour as they will be controlled by these Nasty Nats. The problem for the Tory leader is he can't even get this one fear story right.

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