David Cameron once said “because I thought I’d be good at it” when asked why he wanted to Prime Minister. He
Here’s part 2 of our first video endeavor. Don’t we all look handsome? Here we discuss the SNP’s “childish” behavior at Westminster and the outdated rules of parliament. This part is also available in audio form on our soundcloud page, iTunes and Stitcher. Or will be shortly. Whatever happens to be the case.
We’ve taken the plunge….we’ve gone to straight to video. Largely because no theatre would have us. Our audio only versions
The system is broken. This current election handed the Conservatives a majority of 331 seats with a 36.9% of the
“What has voting ever changed?” Absolutely everything. The fact we’re even asking that question proves this. As politician’s began to
Sam Shedden Taxation may, on the surface, sound like one of the duller policy issues at this General Election but
“RED TORIES OUT, RED TORIES OUT”. This was the chant that met the Scottish Labour Leader, Jim Murphy and comedian
I’ve always been politically aware. But until recently I would have said I was politically cynical rather than politically active.
In episode 4 Andy and Calum are joined for the first time by Sam Shedden to discuss the winners, losers and coverage of the BBC opposition debates, Katie Hopkins and her bile and the risk to education for corporate interests. This time around we’ve split the podcast into three so it’s easier to get into. Once we go live on iTunes next week you’ll still be able to get the full hour long version there, but we totally understand that an hour of us is a lot to commit to. But everyone has a spare 20 mins right?
In episode 3 Stephen, Calum and Andy discuss the SNP positions (prior to their GE election manifesto release) the dangers of flirting with fascism and some house keeping surrounding Stephen’s trident assertions in Episode 2. There is some phone interference a couple of minutes in for about 3o seconds. Bear with us! It disappears. Apologies for the technical issue all the same.