It’s weird sometimes how your (or mine) brain works, you see one thing and then it leads you on to something else.
I saw a Canary piece yesterday yesterday saying the Corbyn surge had just taken Scotland by storm.
Anyone who has read this blog even infrequently will know I am firmly against fracking so to say I am relieved at today’s statement by Paul Wheelhouse in Holyrood is an understatement. It is great to have some good news after what has been a dreadful few days.
I try my best not to impose my views on my daughter. I want her to make up her own mind, to question authority (to be honest sometimes I have been too successful in that) but we do talk about what’s going on when I go to meetings, demos etc. She comes along only if she wants to.
I’m hoping this post makes sense as I’ve only had 2 hours sleep after a day of feeling nauseous, which to be honest is better state than I was in after the EURef.
So initial response, could be better but could be a whole fucking lot worse.
There’s an update at this at the end. Lesson learnt – never take Labour party press releases at face value.
I’ve seen a few discussions on Facebook started by English Labour supporters posting in pro-Indy forums that we should join together to fight off the Tories, by which they usually mean vote Labour.
So UK Labour manifesto has been launched, rather than leaked. and there are some good points.
And. Then We. Get. To. Scotland.
It’s been a busy week, the sun has been shining and I have been spending as much time as possible in the garden – it’s done my inner calm no end of good. However…