24 December 2006

Merry Christmas

Well, peeps, it's been a bizarre year (as per usual) in the wacky world of Scottish politics. We've had the joyous selection contests, pre-election posturing, Coalition discussions, the fall of Charles Kennedy, the rise of Ming Campbell, the birth of Solidarity, and the SSP's torture. There's been a political earthquake in Fife, with the LibDem victory, and an ugly campaign in Moray. There have been rows over Party finances and leadership, and a plethora of Ministerial resignations.

So as you can imagine, I'm wanting a break. That's why Christmas is welcome, and I'm hanging up my laptop for the week. I hope both my readers have a peaceful, apolitical holiday, and an exciting 2007.

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