Friday, 9 June 2006

Vote blue, get red?

Conservative Home has a piece on possible Tory support for a minority Labour administration after the next Scottish elections. Brian Monteith, an independent conservative MSP, opposes this plan.

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David Farrer said...

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The SNP aren't constitutionally unable to enter a coalition with the Tories, it's just party policy. I suspect if the figures stacked up the right way, this policy might get overturned or overlooked. Just possibly the SNP would prefer to see a Tory-supported Labour administration rather than have to take on government themselves.

12 June 2006, 23:11:16 GMT+01:00
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Neil Craig
I think the SNP must take most of the blame for this. They are constitutionaly unable to enter a coalition with the Tories, despite having pro-growth policies more entrepreneurial than them. In the circumstances if there is to be a Scottish government what else can the Tories do?

12 June 2006, 13:05:27 GMT+01:00
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9 June 2006, 14:59:52 GMT+01:00
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andrew duffin
Judging by the recent verbal extrusions from the Boy King, if you vote Blue you'll get Red anyway, whether there's a coalition or not. 
A plague on all their houses.

9 June 2006, 12:15:28 GMT+01:00