In scenes which were reminiscent of Bob Geldof on Live Aid, Jim Murphy pleaded with the Scottish electorate not to desert his branch office. He promised that he had changed. He promised that he would put Scotland first, which is strange since he spent the last 2 years campaigning against Scotland.
He also said that he had been given permission by the NEC to change Clause 4 of the party’s Rule Book. But we all know that he answers to his master’s voice in Westminster. So would you trust him?