It'd be a shame if this Yoon poll got hijacked...
All these millionaire media types coming out in support of an institution that pays them handsomely - who'd have thought it?
I come from a different tradition, one that longs to see the last vestiges of Colonial Quay bubbling under the Clyde, but that's probably because I'm not a showbiz personality and don't understand the apparently wonderful accomplishments by the Beeb
It'd be a terrible tragedy if this Yoon's poll got hijacked, so please don't do it
I suspect that he may have cause to regret this tweet in the future
The only way to increase support substantially is during a campaign. The Pete Wishart idea of getting it to 60% through gentle persuasion and then launching the campaign is pie in the sky pish. Let's get the ball rolling and galvanise the population. When we do that we'll win and very handsomely too
I was at a party in Leigh, Greater Manchester a few days ago. I politely made reference to a working class, former mining community that had always voted Labour voting for the Tories in the General Election. The mood darkened as Corbyn was repeatedly excoriated and lavish, glutinous was heaped upon Bozo. It further darkened as the SNP were labelled "trouble makers" and I and other "Scotch" were deemed disloyal to Britain. I said my goodbyes and fuck-offs and shan't be returning in a hurry
I haven't left Twitter just yet, but the way things are going it's imminent - bollocks to the thought police!