Wednesday, 24 January 2007

Nothing to do with Cherie Blair?

And with one leap Labour's free!

It could be so:

Legal action is being considered which could stop the Scottish Parliament election from taking place because prisoners are excluded from voting.
If the election is postponed, or even declared void retrospectively, 99% of the Scottish population will consider it to have been a "fix".

1 comment:

David Farrer said...

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David Davis
Who has control over this? 
If it is the Scottosh Parilament (I like "parilament" so I will leave it), then they can either stick by their statement that no new new laws (is that what they meant?) will get passed before the elections, and let the bugger in prison stew without his franchise, or they can tear everything up and declare "no election" in May. I od not think they will get away with the latter from a populace in Scotland which wants to exercise its "de facto" independence. 
on the other hand, they can bow in the knowledge that this has been orerede from London. if so, we need to know who by - if it's cheery Blare then we need not worry much, but the English certainly need to know if it's been suggested by Gordon Brown.

3 February 2007, 18:01:46 GMT
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World of Jack
Surely the prisoners will vote Tory? 
They may have another option! 

28 January 2007, 14:09:14 GMT
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David Farrer
Surely the prisoners will vote Tory? 
Only if they wear hoodies...

26 January 2007, 14:43:57 GMT
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Andrew Ian Dodge
Surely the prisoners will vote Tory?

26 January 2007, 12:34:17 GMT
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james higham
Sounds like a good move to me. By the way: 
"Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o' the Puddin-race! Aboon them a' ye tak your place, Painch, tripe, or thairm: Weel are ye wordy of a grace As lang's my arm." 
Hat tip Colin.

25 January 2007, 20:12:58 GMT
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I can't think of a better way of guaranteeing the SNP ultimate victory.

24 January 2007, 23:22:12 GMT