A recent poll gave Galloway a fighting chance of winning a seat. But, in all likelihood, his presence will merely pinch votes from an already demoralised band of Scottish Conservatives.
“The defence of the Union may make strange bedfellow, but in this chaotic world many causes do. What the British state has proved masterful in time and again is uniting sections of the political right and left to the work of reaction.”
Are we witnessing the beginning of a Unionist counter-offensive?
We live in strange times where little is surprising, but George Galloway seeking to form a national coalition government with the Tories and Labour in the Scottish Parliament is still strange, and slightly surprising. I remember watching Galloway happily stand on platforms with independence supporters, including the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, to rail against the […]