Scottish Conservatives

  morddwyd 09:19 11 Nov 2011
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Just in case any of you down south are thinking is is all done and dusted now they have elected a new Tory leader in Scotland, it ain't so, as there are some sore losers!

http://www.thecourier.co.uk/News/Politics/article/18807/tories-in-turmoil-ahead-of-ruth-davidson-s-fmqs-debut.html

Can't see them getting many more seats at Westminster unless and until they all start pulling in the same direction.

Does she perhaps see herself as the new Thatcher?

"But if he (Cameron) needs a quiet tap on the shoulder, then I'm just the girl to do it."

  johndrew 10:36 11 Nov 2011

"But if he (Cameron) needs a quiet tap on the shoulder, then I'm just the girl to do it."

She also needs to realise that she operates more in a different Parliament to that 'down south'. I had more than enough of the last Scottish PM at Westminster and the one before who claimed to have Scottish links!!

  Aitchbee 15:04 11 Nov 2011

Salmond likes the horses too...top man.

  morddwyd 19:10 11 Nov 2011

"Are you suggesting that discussion between members of a party is wrong?"

I'm suggesting nothing.

I simply quoted a local report and gave my take on it.

Nothing more.

  morddwyd 08:10 12 Nov 2011

Yep!

  Aitchbee 21:33 13 Nov 2011

I would not discount the Tories in Scotland making a comeback. The Labour Party got trounced by the SNP's at the last election. If The Scottish Conservatives get their act together, (very difficult, I don't deny), Labour might get a fright.But The SNP, at the moment, are very much, the 'in fashion' government for the Scottish electorate.

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