What did Miliband and Murphy know, and when did they know it?

Christian Wright (@christainwright)

sturgeon article in guardian

Sturgeon in an article in today’s Guardian: … I repeat my challenge to Ed Miliband: if together our parties have the numbers required after 7 May, and regardless of which is the biggest party, will he and Labour join with us in locking David Cameron out of Downing Street?

Well Ed needs to occupy himself with framing an sensible response to this rather than ignoring the dispositive evidence that the dodgy memo was a fraud, and continuing his defamatory statements impugning the reputation of the FM.

It does seem Ed and especially Murphy were out of the gate lightening fast to exploit this frame-up.

Who in the media is going to ask these two chancers if they were briefed on it by HMG’s Scotland Office, before the story was passed on to the empty suit at the T/graph?

Reason this important is that it may make them party to a criminal conspiracy.

What did Miliband and Murphy know, and when did they know it?

Enquiring minds and procurators fiscal wonder.

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