Eala said – Cameron’s European crusade is an embarrasment

Off went our Prime Minister this week to discuss with other European leaders why Britain is so special that it must be able to behave exactly how it wants in the European Union. This arrogance is something Britain has been good at since time immemorial when it ruled the waves and saught to ‘civilise’ anyone… Continue reading Eala said – Cameron’s European crusade is an embarrasment

On the campaign trail 16 – The fiscal framework

Let’s be honest, despite it being cited as the area that can win or lose an election working out economics can be difficult and dry. Especially for someone like me who never was the best at numbers and maths. All this fiscal framework business has been making my head spin. It’s all part of the… Continue reading On the campaign trail 16 – The fiscal framework

On the campaign trail 16- Kick off

The starting gun has well and truly been fired on the Scottish election that will take place on May 5, just over three months away. With Labour in disarray and the Tories disliked to the extent that the Liberal Democrats ¬†continue to be punished for their ill advised coalition no one would bet against the… Continue reading On the campaign trail 16- Kick off

Music Monday – Walking on Cars,Everything this way

The debut album from Irish indie poppers Walking on Cars – Everything this Way – has been highly anticipated on both sides of the Irish Sea for some time and doesn’t disappoint. Many of the songs, like Speeding Cars, and Hand in Hand will be familiar to fans having already been released as singles and… Continue reading Music Monday – Walking on Cars,Everything this way