Someone save us all from Kezia Dugdale, Branch Manager of the bankrupt British Labour Party in Scotland. It seems Kez wants to renegotiate the Treaty of Union.
Kez is calling for a “federal solution” for Scotland and a “new Act of Union” in a bid to “save the UK for generations to come”. Unlike Gordan Brown who last month called for “wholesale constitutional reform to preserve the Union” and to point the way towards a new federal constitution for the UK. Kez’s plan would see extra powers for the regions of England (so kind of her) and I suppose extra powers for the region of Scotland as that is what Scotland is to her. Scottish Labour really must think we are as thick as they are, that anyone is going to take seriously anything they have to say.
It appears that oor Kez has asked that intellectual heavyweight, Lord Falconer, to explore a federalist approach, well if the Scottish Regional Branch of Labour really really go for Federalism there will at least be one branch of a political party in Scotland that believes in it, shit if Kez can convince the 3 or 4 Labour members who are left even Willie Rennie might abandon the Tories and embrace Federalism.
Kezia, so far this year, has said she might back a second independence referendum, then she said she won’t when the yoon media actually noticed she had said it in the first place and her boss Ruth Davidson expressed her displeasure, she said that should one go ahead she would campaign against a yes vote, then she’s said she might back a Yes vote while back in July she said that Labour was exploring a “federalist” solution that could allow Scotland to keep its place in both the UK and EU. No one really noticed what she said in July so she has said it again today and the yoons at BBC Scotland are reporting this as some form of earth shattering revelation.
So on top of the most powerful devolved Parliament in the world, and on top of Gordon Brownstuffs modern Home Rule, Scotland will now have Federalism according to the Manager of the British Labour Party in the North Region of Britain.
Kezia Dugdale thinks we are all buttoned up the back and Kezia Dugdale is full of