I haven't watched all of last nights 'world premier' party leader televised exchange of
How frightfully British and well behaved.
Sound editing too managed no doubt to silence the wailing of souls, gnashing of teeth and the torment of tongues firmly stapled to the roof of the mouth as we endured this national phenomenon.
Except of course, it wasn't. A national phenomena, that is.
What none of the three leading parties saw fit to remind us up here north of the border was that much of what was discussed in this debate about domestic affairs is that much of the content related only to England and Wales as we have devolved powers protected by The Scotland Act which leaves us firmly in control of most of these matters.
So Mr Cameron, my copy of the Scotland Act says you don't speak for Britain! Clegg's comments are irrelevant, Brown has it wrong when he talks about "our country" within the discussion held last night.
Once again I found myself in agreement with oor ain Wee Eck.
And anyway - we had the leaders of all parties do this TV debate stuff in Scotland about 3 years ago.
see you later