Former First Minister Alex Salmond has become a London media bogeyman since it emerged that – far from retiring post referendum – he intends to return to Westminster.
The Tory press and the Conservative Party itself has chosen Salmond as a weapon with which to beat Labour leader Ed Miliband in the run-up to the May 7 UK poll. And – let’s be honest – Salmond himself is loving every moment.
The SNP candidate for the constituency of Gordon has published his referendum campaign memoir – The Dream Shall Never Die – and he spoke to Derek Bateman about the current political fever.
But first he had to answer the vital question – inspired by the Daily Record’s bizarre obsession with Nicola Sturgeon’s kitchenware – about whether or not he owns a coffee maker…
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