I didn't catch PMQs yesterday, so I'm grateful to Cynical Highlander for drawing my attention to David Cameron's apparent belief that the aspiration of 68% of the Scottish electorate to control North Sea oil revenue can be casually waved away as "a stupid answer to a stupid question". This sneering dismissiveness towards the people of Scotland is becoming a bit of a habit for Cameron at PMQs - in particular, it's reminiscent of his 'hilarious' observation a year ago that "if you had an independent Scotland, you wouldn't be flying planes, you'd be flying...(snigger)...by the seat of your pants!!!!". In other words, Scots just can't cope without Old Etonian assistance from Whitehall. We'd get ourselves into such a muddle, dotty wee things that we are. And the idea of Scotland controlling its own natural resources...now, let's be grown-ups about this, shall we?
I wonder if Dave will see the SNP's referendum question on independence as a 'stupid' one. If so, he might just get another 'stupid answer'. He's forever telling us that he wants to be Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and not just England - curious, then, that when push comes to shove at the despatch box, this supposed priority always melts away in favour of the irresistible impulse to indulge in some Bullingdon Boy 'humour' at Scotland's expense.
Just keep doing what you're doing, Dave. You can't seem to help yourself anyway.