Thursday, April 7, 2011

Gordon Brewer destroys Labour Candidate Andy Kerr on Newsnight Scotland over Labour Party phoney knife crime con, total PR disaster!

Dear All

Last night Newsnight Scotland interviewed Andy Kerr, ‘the king in waiting’ to discuss the Labour Manifesto.

No ‘East Coast Weasel’ Iain Gray.

Gray is a public asset liability so Kerr was wheeled in to bat for Labour.

And it was a disaster.

The first item that Gordon Brewer went to task on is something which I have blogged about many times.

The British Labour Party in Scotland’s phoney knife crime con.

Gordon Brewer destroyed Andy Kerr in the chair as a clearly rattle Labour First Minister wannabe was forced to admit that the ‘mandatory’ prison sentence pledge was not mandatory.

It was a key admission that the Labour Party are trying to deceive the people of Scotland.

Lying to get into public office!

For Andy Kerr, the longer the interview went on the worse it got, a disastrous start continued to a humiliating end.

A real body blow was on the issue of closing Monklands A & E and Kerr was squeaking as Gordon Brewer drove the political knife home to the hilt.

Kerr also said on the issues of the single national police force and fire service that the Labour Party came up with the idea first.

Actually George Laird on the 4th September 2010 brought this up at the SNP National Assembly in Perth.

Two months before ‘East Coast Weasel’ Iain Gray muttered on about it.

The Labour Party where behind the SNP and copying their ideas as much of the manifesto are already SNP policies.

Have a look at the interview and look for the pauses as Kerr realises he is in deep water.

The Labour Party as espoused by Andy Kerr is clearly rattled, angry and belligerent.

That interview was on a par as Jack McConnell’s disastrous Gordon Brewer interview in 2007 before the election.

And with Labour keeping Iain Gray out of the picture, they realise the Scottish public have wised up to them.

Gordon Brewer 1 Andy Kerr Nil!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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