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  1. dcanmore says:

    Brilliant as usual 🙂

  2. faisalfairuh says:

    interesting topic. Thanks for sharing.

  3. pitchfork says:

    superb

  4. ronald alexander mcdonald says:

    The Labour Party would do well if they didn’t have to deal with voters.

  5. Muscleguy says:

    SLAB complain that people won’t swallow their lies without checking them first. That is the essence of their complaint, that they can no longer mislead people with impunity. I know they think they are just white lies or ‘campaign rhetoric’ or ‘banter’ and so the lies, mistruths and distortions are of no consequence because the ends justify the means (but only for them natch) but their bemusement/anger over this is just stupid.

    They could try telling the truth, except they think that will get their arses kicked in the Shires. Which just means the era of one nation parties is over and they should uncouple the parties in Scotland, Wales and The North. It will make the eventual coalition talks messy and the recriminations when the Southern party goes into coalition with the Tories. But it would at least be more honest.

  6. Frederick Robinson says:

    Eclipses only last a couple of hours. And the SNP….?

    1. MBC says:

      The National Party of Scotland (renamed SNP in 1934) was established in 1928. It was a re-building of the Scottish Home Rule Association, established 1888.

  7. Susan says:

    Brilliant!

  8. Gordie says:

    Charles Kennedy wi’ the pint in the background

    1. Dean Richardson says:

      Only one pint? He’s one MP I’d love to see lose his seat to the SNP. I despise that Anglophobic scrote.

  9. A fitting tribute for poor Dougies worries about us using the WWW.

    Well penned, Greg.

  10. Drew Campbell says:

    Love it, Greg.

  11. Clootie says:

    Very clever Greg.

    The Labour seats held at this general election will become marginals and that will be a major shock for the branch office.

    Westminster were mistaken when they thought that a party system with “pretend” differences would keep the elite in power forever.

    Roll on change and a fairer society.

  12. Superb, as ever. Small typo though in panel 7 ‘oviously’.

    Love it, shared again.

    1. Honestly I must have read that 50 times and never noticed. Thanks.

  13. AP says:

    Reblogged this on Mindhacker8’s Blog and commented:
    Labour’s Chief Machiavellian Strategist Douglas Alexander has a problem with Social Media.

  14. From the title i expected more. Like a modicum of talent But then this is about triviality which is just fine. For some people. Maybe most people. Just not me

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