This Tory regime has more in common with the Scottish Separatists (SNP) than the latter have with Labour, because both want the break-up of Britain for their own purposes. Cameron, hours after the Scottish referendum result, chose to undermine the decision of the Scottish people by calling for the greater fragmentation of Britain into devolved areas, open for increased exploitation. The Tory call for an English Parliament provided the biggest injection of support for the SNP and proves they have no allegiance to a united Britain.
Conservative assertions about the influence of the SNP over a future Labour administration conveniently neglect to mention that if they were elected as a minority government they would welcome UKIP (Tory Party Mk 2) and the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) into their ranks.
The Tories and UKIP welcome the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) because of their close relationship with finance capital and multi-national corporations. Cameron has called it a “once-in-a-generation prize”. Both parties will do the bidding of their financial masters. They regard the British people as irrelevant, except that is at election time.
Sturgeon has no real concern over which party wins the election so long as the SNP can keep returning to their separatist agenda. The more seats that fall to SNP the harder it is for Labour to win the election. Both Tories and SNP don’t give a damn about the British people and the British trade union movement in particular. In this election there is no alternative; vote Labour.