WATCH: Christine Jardine rip into the Tory Budget

On Politics Scotland this week, Christine Jardine shredded the entire budget red book with a few carefully chosen words and some gestures which would make a very fine gif if any of you are so inclined.


You can watch the whole thing from here, 17:42 in.

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4 Comments

  • Yeovil Yokel 3rd Nov '18 - 1:45pm

    Christine’s great gift is her ability to communicate like a sentient human being, not like one of these robots mouthing the latest Conservative Central Office script.

  • Christine has always been a great communicator, but she really is coming into her own as a powerful advocate for the party and our values. Great to see her taking the opportunity not just to critique the Chancellor’s proposals, but to put forward the positive suggestion of a wealth tax.

  • With Christian and Alec as your members of parliament Edinburgh West is doing very well for high quality representation these days!

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