The global hacking attack that headlines all news broadcast shows this weekend shows yet again why May has to label herself as “strong & stable” (coz she’s weak and fickle..pay attention at the back) whilst First Minister Nicola Sturgeon chaired her Scottish Resilience committee Friday evening to tackle the issue, May’s committee didnt meet until 14.30 BST Saturday and attempted to deflect interest by announcing a move to allow embarassing (especially by Tory councillors) social media to be deleted…
Emma Barnett of radio five live interviews the nearly as popular as Margaret Thatcher, Ruth Davidson into several corners created by Tory policy.
A muted FMQs didn’t stop the Aye Right crew from analysing the performances and motivations of the principal players. Some risky topics are covered towards the end.
We discussed Phil the Greek the leaked Labour manifesto, does Theresa may tell lies and be aware there is some fruity language floating about.
Ruth Davidson leads on fishing, Kezia Dugdale attempts to to introduce the local elections via education, Willie Rennie asks who exactly it is that buttons up the back, Nicholas Sturgeon answers him back accurately and Patrick Harvey goes with air passenger duty and the effect on the environment.
Discussion in which Phil the Labour holds to the party line (sometimes)