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  1. It is said that if you are count infrastructure spending, then Londoners would receive over £5000 per head. That would dwarf any of the other areas of the uk.
  2. Granted, but what comes next? No under 18s or foreign nationals voting. It could also be seen as the start of a campaign by the Westminster government to manipulate the vote to their way of thinking.
  3. https://mobile.twitter.com/georgegalloway/status/1162456756292870145?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^tweet 😂😂😂😂😂
  4. Why successful? He wasn’t successful in trying to get more taxpayers money. He was probably trying do some creative accounting for his own good.
  5. Was McColl not wanting £93 million of taxpayers money?
  6. The duke of Edinburgh will be behind it. 😂
  7. The procedure for counting postal votes is in here. https://wingsoverscotland.com/our-man-on-the-scene/#more-61970
  8. Depends what you’re washing it with I suppose.
  9. It was a well known fact that Cameron was practically begging world leaders and his banking friends to get involved. Of course France and Spain had their own breakaway problems and I wouldn’t say the world’s establishment was against Scottish independence. UK Banks had a lot to loose if Scotland went independence at that time the pound would have plummeted and England’s economy, on its own, wouldn’t have looked that rosey. They had a vested interest to keep the status quo to protect their English interests. I understand where you’re coming from, but we’re dealing with two different analogies here. Scotland being overwhelmingly ruled by Westminster is not the same as the uk being in the Eu. Have a nice day I’m off to the pub soon 😉
  10. Back to what I said earlier; for who? if you notice many of the scaremongers didn’t exactly say it would ruin Scotland’s economy, they generalised and in my opinion they were referring to the rUK economy. I seem to remember them saying it would be bad for the economy which was spun by the papers . Yes I agree brexit will be a bad hit. Exporting businesses want seamless trading with their biggest market and with the uk leaving that free market that’s making most of those companies upping sticks.
  11. My point was more to do with Scotland’s situation in regards to independence, I’m sure you guessed that. I take your point, but it is interesting that during the independence referendum campaign I couldn’t recall any loss of investment or firms announcing closures. Yes some threats, but even a blind man could see through them. With the brexit campaign and result, remember there’s still a more likely chance that there will be an agreement on some sort of single market, there’s been tens billions of investments lost and countless manufacturing announcements already. Even the P&J, a staunch tory rag, is saying thousands of farmers face ruin because of brexit.
  12. It really depends on which side of the border and brexit divide you sit.
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