What would have happened if Clegg had stood down and allowed Cable to lead?
In the hands of politicians religion becomes impregnated with 'polemical bitterness' - to talk about religion without considering its 'political tendencies' is to chose a path of willful blindness.
There is a responsibility on those working in Scots to
use the language imaginatively, and to break it into new political possibilities.
Not quite. Here’s one thing you can do about it.
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