In reality the difficulties faced in education and healthcare were inherited by the SNP from the last Scottish Labour government. This legacy has pinned the SNP down to the task of repairing the damage caused by years of neglect and cuts.
Remember when Voting No would Save the NHS?
When there’s a shark in the water, you see, it’s not scaremongering to tell people so – it’s bloody damn helpful. So we voted No and the NHS is on the chopping block.
Fatal Foetal Abnormality and the Eighth Amendment
There is a case to be made that in the eventuality of a fatal abnormality the foetus may be considered not an “unborn” for the purposes of the eighth amendment, or that if considered an “unborn” then its right to life may be presumed unengaged as it has no real prospect of life outside the womb.
Should We Repeal the Eighth Amendment?
The tragic death of Savita Halappanavar in 2012 exposed the flaw in a system in which a therapeutic termination was a medical option, but where – for lack of legal clarification – the medical staff run the risk of a fourteen year custodial sentence.
Why People from Disadvantaged Areas Seem More Stupid
Social researchers are increasingly finding that a link does exist between poverty and stupidity, but not in the direction of indolence and mental sluggishness leading to poverty, but rather the other way around.
Some Gentle Professional Advice for the Ladies
I strongly recommend a nursing mother to attend to her household duties. She is never so happy, or so well, as when her mind is moderately occupied with something useful. She never looks so charming as when she is attending to her household duties.