Monthly Archives: October 2008

>What has Harry Wills got to do with Leonardo Di Caprio and Archbishop Desmond Tutu?

>I’ve got to know Harry Wills, Lib Dem candidate for Glenrothes and his lovely wife Trudy quite well in recent weeks. I have been very impressed with how he has handled his role as by-election candidate and I’m sure he … Continue reading

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>I love Hallowe’en – I’m not so keen on the Americanisation of the event and I think that Trick or Treating is an abomination, but I love the dressing up, the dooking for apples, and the decorations, not to mention … Continue reading

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>Obama takes over networks to ask people to knock on doors…….

>I’ve seen some pretty awful Party Political Broadcasts in my time, not least from my own Party – does anyone remember Rosie Barnes and her rabbit? The video below is a bit of a masterclass in how it’s done – … Continue reading

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>Obama, the baby Socialist

>Barack Obama definitely has the most likeable manner of any Democratic nominee since Bill Clinton. This clip from a rally in North Carolina shows him taking the mickey out of McCain’s excessive attacks on him. If you read the article, … Continue reading

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>Labour Supporter backs Labour in Glenrothes by-election shock

>Labour have been putting out a leaflet in the Glenrothes by-election which has Sir Alex Ferguson showing his support for Lindsay Roy, the Labour candidate. This isn’t some great celebrity coup, or anything. Sir Alex has been a Labour supporter … Continue reading

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>Obama to air 30 minute TV spot………

>Barack Obama is splashing some of the millions he’s raised on a 30 minute ad to be aired before the big match tonight. This sounds like quite a change for Americans used to bite sized 30 second ads – and … Continue reading

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>Strictly beats X Factor

>Strictly Come Dancing beat the X Factor tonight in the best talent show category at hte National Trash Awards. Simon Cowell was not happy, although there was some comfort for him later when he was given a Special Recognition Award. … Continue reading

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