Labour’s Scottish campaign under scrutiny

With the Scottish elections only days away, bloggers are shedding some interest light on the murkier aspects of the campaign.

Craig Murray, who is Rector of Dundee University, has some useful insights into the background to recent high-profile endorsements of Labour.

Over at, Mike Smithson points out that while all the reputable polling firms have Labour on 25-27 per cent in the regional vote, the two pollster from outside the British Polling Council have Labour on 34-38 per cent.

Shabby as these shenanigans are, they are frankly the minimum I would have expected, given what is at stake both for the British state in general, and its next Prime Minister in particular.   






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