Andrew Neil lists Labour's broken promises over thirteen years and asks Tessa Jowell why the electorate should believe the manifesto promises.
Wasn't there something about her husband last year? A court case, alleged bribery, Silvio Berlusconi, a prison sentence?
But he is now her estranged husband, so that's alright then. Can't blame the wife for the alleged misdeeds of the husband. Anyway, she's the Olympics Minister now - the Olympic ideal, play up play up and play the game and all that.
Labour’s manifesto cover art initially reminded me of a Come to Sunny Southport! railway poster of the 1930s.
But then, a more sinister connotation came to mind – that of the nuclear Armageddon that faces us all if any of the bomber parties (Labour, Tories, LibDems) stay in power in the UK. England has no real choice, but Scotland does have a choice. The family in the poster now takes on a different aspect – remember the Hiroshima and Nagasaki families who looked for a nanosecond at a blinding flash before they were incinerated …
In the general election, vote for SNP Scottish champions.
In the referendum, vote to free Scotland from the nuclear lunatics.
Only the Scottish National Party can keep Scotland and the Scottish people safe from these morally bankrupt political parties.