MIKE GRAHAM produced a hilarious rant on the upcoming general election comparing politicians’ promises to a “morass of nothingness”.
TalkRADIO host Mike Graham was asking listeners to call in and discuss the current political climate with him when he started the rant. Mr Graham said: “We still want to hear from many of you about this whole spending business. Do you really believe the promises that are being made by the politicians right now, by the parties themselves?
“This is what we are going to do.
“This is how we’re going to spend money.
“This is what we’re going to borrow.
“Or is it all kind of washing over you like some kind of morass of nothingness?”
Mike Graham then introduced talkRADIO political reporter Charlotte Ivers before asking: “What’s going on today?”
Ms Ivers said: “The Tories this morning have announced a fast track visa programme for the NHS.
“You will get a shorter decision period of just two weeks and the fees will also be halved.
“Meanwhile Labour are speaking about women in work today, they have put various policies forward.”
Earlier today the SNP launched their campaign in Edinburgh and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon used the platform unleash a savage attack on Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
She said: “I would say to the people of Scotland this is an opportunity to show Boris Johnson exactly what we think of such a contemptuous and disrespectful attitude towards Scottish democracy.
“The position Boris Johnson articulated yesterday is not a sensible, serious or sustainable position.
“That he will block Scottish democracy forever and a day.
“I will predict confidently that the position he articulated yesterday will have a shelf life as long as his ‘we will leave the European Union do or die or I’ll be dead in a ditch otherwise.
“This is not a man whose word an be taken seriously.”
She continued: “Westminster’s priorities can be summed up in just three words – Brexit, Brexit, Brexit.
“A vote for the SNP, in contrast, is a vote to escape Brexit. A vote for the SNP is a vote to take Scotland’s future out of the hands of Boris Johnson and a broken Westminster system.”