Green, weirdly. Would be Lib Dem but they've stepped aside.
I for one am enjoying this purge.Another Ultra Blairite ship jumping opportunist John Woodcock on news hand in hand in front of a lorry with Jeremy Corbyn: A Disgrace To His Party, A Disgrace To His Country.
It has Dominic Cummings written all over the stunt.
The Tories coincidently have also appointed John Woodcock a government position of Envoy to counter extremism.....3 days ago. The Blairites in the Parliamentary Labour Party, thank goodness will soon be an endangered species. See you later Tom, Ian, John, Chucka, Luciana et al.
Hold your nose and vote SNP as a vehicle to independenceI'm unsure what I going to do. My problem
-Corbyn's labour are closer to my views on politics and the economy than any mainstream party in my lifetime but
a. i support independence and Scottish Labour are hopeless in understanding that issue
b. scottish labour will use any vote for them as a proxy anti-independence vote
c. I want to maximise the anti Tory vote and in my constituency that suggests an SNP vote
-I support the SNP on constitutional issues but not their economics
d. i've never voted SNP as i have always seen them as almost Blairite in their view of the socio-economic world
e. i think there is a very real danger of them messing up independence by attempting to conflate support for them with support for it (witness the SNP rally in Glasgow last week)
f. I'm sick of the justified excuses for inaction on many things due to Westminster being used as justification for inaction on everything
i've voted green at one general election but c. above suggests that not being the right route here, and although the Scottish Greens are much better than their english version, allying to the austerity lib dems down south tarnishes them all for me.
bloody elections, i think i should just step up as a benevolent dictator
Hope your right !Tories need to win labour held seats, brexit party challenging in those seats doesn’t help them at all. More and more likely a hung parliament, Corbyn PM with supply and confidence from SNP and another referendum on brexit next year, indyref II in 2021