ANAS SARWAR'S New Year resolution to stop negative independence campaigning fell by the wayside last week after he dismissed the Scottish Parliament as an elected dictatorship.
FEW of us can boast of sticking to our New Year Resolutions for more than a few months.
But Anas Sarwar MP must get the booby prize for lack of willpower.
On January 6, the deputy leader of the Labour Party in Scotland vowed that 2013 would see the anti-independence parties abandon negative campaigning.
“We will be raising the level of debate, ensuring Scotland gets the level of debate it deserves,” he told our sister paper the Sunday Mail.