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
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 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.
There is no doubt that many of the smaller parties contending this election want to end austerity. Most parties have
James Cook (far left) is muscled out of the media scrum around Nicola Sturgeon. Twitter/@cairnstoon The BBC’s Scotland correspondent, James
As the vast majority of readers will know, the referendum in Scotland saw many media groups take a stance on