Among the 129 MPs who have installed a member of their own family on the parliamentary payroll, the SNP’s Paul Monaghan attempts to justify giving his brother a job as his co-called ‘constituency communications manager’:
Edging Labour by just a singe point in Lord Ashcroft’s constituency polling from January, government minister and serial fibber Simon Hughes seems to have hit upon a novel way to maximise the political utility of old campaign signs — painting over the bit which mentions the Lib Dems! Spot the Difference! Before, "Simon Hughes & the Liberal Democrats". […]
Whatever the result of Thursday’s referendum, Alex Salmond will continue to rule the political roost in Scotland. But is could have been so different. This was apparently his idea of campaigning back in 1999: Why on earth is there a photo of Salmond feeding a Solero to a woman? Why? How?? pic.twitter.com/jSMQ9sKdrn via @leeblackwood — Mark […]
Alex Salmond’s promotional train: perfectly on message until someone opens the doors. If @Jon_Hodgkins‘ tweet isn’t a photoshop then it’s an even better lettering fail than Andy Burnham standing next to that NHS van.