The UK Government erroneously presumes that what is high-paid is high-skill and what is low-paid is low-skill. Boris Johnson, a highly paid chancer with no discernible talent whatsoever, proves the opposite.
“The closure of the Forth bridge due to Storm Ciara shouldn’t really be a story at all”
“This is essentially a story about the universal, global appeal and relevance of a poet in a world that boasts at least forty statues of him.”
“This is about self-respect.”
“That was the phrase employed by Byron to describe the genius of Robert Burns in viewing things from the opposite perspective, of looking through the glass from the other side”
“There’s a thing called empathetic fallacy, which means that we take our own logical thinking and assume that everybody thinks like us.”
“Yesterday, following on from last weeks extraordinary General Election, Holyrood voted in favour of requesting a section 30 order.”
“This is unlike any election that has ever been. It’s not so much an election as two referendums rolled into one.”
“Scotland has been pursuing a different political course. That is now in starker relief than ever.”
“Because it isn’t about bridges, or the NHS, or the SNP. It’s not even about about Yes or No. It’s “who shall speak for Scotland”?