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Labour’s latest idea to reinvigorate their flagging election campaign:

Iain Gray shows his delight.

Separated at Birth?

My correspondent Jenifer from Maine USA spotted a lookalike:

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Oh Lord!

Lord George Islay MacNeill Robertson, Baron Robertson of Port Ellen, KT, GCMG, FRSA, FRSE, PC will I fear be choking on his breakfast croissant this morning when he looks at how the SNP are now surging ahead in the polls. George it was who famously proclaimed that devolution would kill nationalism stone dead.

Whatever the effect on ‘nationalism’ It certainly hasn’t done the SNP any harm.

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