The Hypocrisy of British Politics… We’re Better Together but Not In Westminster
May 6, 2015
In September 2014, David Cameron and Ed Miliband had their begging bowls out; pleading with Scots to vote ‘No’ as we are ‘Better Together‘. Fast-forward eight months and with Britain preparing to go to the polls tomorrow, the English establishment are petrified of a Scottish uprising through a potential Labour-SNP coalition should Ed Miliband’s party secure more seats than the Tories.
Cameron and the English press are vehement in their disregard for Scottish influence, whilst Miliband has meekly refuted any potential SNP alliance.
So, we’re ‘Better Together’ but really they meant ‘Better Together… Just Not In Westminster‘.
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