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Alistair Darling (born 28 November 1953) is a British Labour Party politician who has been a Member of Parliament (MP) since 1987, currently for Edinburgh South West. He was Chancellor...

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  • Gordon Brown to the Rescue? | - International Socialist ...

      Blog Source: internationalsocialist.org.uk | 1 day ago
    Following Alistair Darling's stumbling performance on the Andrew Marr show, some are calling for Gordon Brown to play a greater role in the No campaign. David Jamieson explains that divisions in Better Together and Brown's own record of .
  • George Robertson and the Scots' Crisis of Unionism - Gerry ...

      Blog Source: www.gerryhassan.com | 1 day ago
    Alistair Darling has form as well. Less than an hour after the Scottish Government White Paper on independence was released he was dismissing it as 'a work of fiction', hardly the tone becoming a former statesman. Second, the 'Better 
  • Unionism's Credibility Gap « - Bella Caledonia

      Blog Source: bellacaledonia.org.uk | 1 day ago
    It is as near the 'holy grail' of political “certainty” representing Better Together's fundamental article of faith that can be achieved on earth; no wonder Alistair Darling admires it. He would, wouldn't he? What does this long-term
  • FM moves to build 'Team Scotland' post referendum | Holyrood ...

      Blog Source: www.holyrood.com | 1 day ago
    Pressed on whether the negotiating team would include Alistair Darling, leader of Better Together, the First Minister joked: “Well, the way things are going with Alistair in Downing Street, he might be looking for a job soon.” He said: “The 18 ..
  • Wings Over Scotland | The not-so-iron bar

      Blog Source: wingsoverscotland.com | 1 day ago
    Even Sparta's mythical iron-bar currency - specifically designed, so legend had it, to shackle the economy by being too heavy to buy or trade anything – was marginally better, in Alistair Darling's view, than anything an independent Scotland&
  • Alistair Carmichael as many of you will never have seen him ...

      Blog Source: www.libdemvoice.org | 10 days ago
    It featured the life stories of the five major politicians involved in the debate: Alex Salmond, Nicola Sturgeon, Johann Lamont (the current Scottish Labour leader), Alistair Darling and our very own Alistair Carmichael. We are treated to film going&
  • Monstering for independence « Wee Ginger Dug

      Blog Source: weegingerdug.wordpress.com | 10 days ago
    All this time we thought we were putting a positive case for an independent Scotland and pointing out the misinformation and machinations of a duplicitous Westminster, but no, we're just being nasty and getting Alistair Darling all upset.
  • The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow Uni: Scottish ...

      Blog Source: glasgowunihumanrights.blogspot.com | 10 days ago
    Scottish independence: Scotland's 'jolly fat man' Alex Salmond is forced to walk the streets looking for photo ops as Better Together's Alistair Darling is to fly into Washington to give talks to the IMF and high profile political and
  • Councillor Terry Kelly: THE POLLS CONTINUE TO SAY "NO" AS ......

      Blog Source: councillorterrykelly.blogspot.com | 10 days ago
    Looking extremely statesmanlike and sounding determined and composed the Better Together leader Alistair Darling said, “It's increasingly clear that people in Scotland want to have the best of both worlds - a strong Scottish Parliament, with 
  • J.K. Rowling Attends “Scotland, Please Don't Go” Event to ...

      Blog Source: www.mugglenet.com | 10 days ago
    J.K. attended the event as the surprise guest of Alistair Darling, a former chancellor who headed the benefit. Check out the pictures of Jo alongside Alistair Darling at the event. Thanks to SnitchSeeker for the photos. Scotland Don't Go 1.


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