All 3 results for jeremy corbyn speaker:Jackson Carlaw

Scottish Parliament: Withdrawal from the European Union (Negotiations) (25 Oct 2017)

Jackson Carlaw: Brussels. There is an interesting difference between political theatre and reality. I understand that the Labour Party wants to pretend that the negotiations would be conducted much better if Jeremy Corbyn were in charge, which is not a proposition that many people can readily support, and I understand that the SNP has a different position. In fairness, I say that the SNP voted against...

Scottish Parliament: Junior Minister (6 Sep 2016)

Jackson Carlaw: .... Conventional wisdom has it that no politician who aspires to be serious and recognised as such will sport a beard. However, this is 2016 and we live surrounded by bearded political giants such as Jeremy Corbyn, David Mundell and—in a rather half-hearted, cultivated stubble sort of way this afternoon—Humza Yousaf. This is an unforeseen appointment to an unforeseen EU referendum...

Scottish Parliament: European Union Referendum (Implications for Scotland) (28 Jun 2016)

Jackson Carlaw: ...Dugdale has to reflect that although many Labour voters may have followed her advice in Scotland, by a far greater margin they reflected the absolutely shocking leadership that has been shown by Jeremy Corbyn. No national leader has looked since last Thursday more lacklustre, smug or indifferent to the result than he has, so she can stew in her anger against Conservative members in the...

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