Comment posted Devo Plus: enter the Trojan Horse by Willie Hutchison.
The Rangers finacial collapse , as that of other clubs, simply reflects the wider economic system where banks and many other businesses are founded upon underlying insolvency masked by a labyrinth of complicated financial procedures.
Selling tommorow’s income for money today (Ticketus) or bank derivetives or bringing exagerated future income projections for cash not yet recieved ( WIP) are all part and parcel of the edefice upon which all too many businesses are founded.
That’s what a government culture of light hand or non existent regulation delivers.
Recent comments by Willie Hutchison
- Fracking with a light touch: could planned change to trespass law fuel new English revolution?
When a new motorway is built you buy the land.
When a powerline is built a grant of servitude is negotiated. Ditto a pipeline.
So what’s the deal now. Is it to be just take with no compensation.
Skins like a legal minefield but its English legislation so who knows
- More concerns on SNP candidate selection for Oban Ward 4 by-election
Shock, horror, jings and crivens the For Argyll tell us it straight.
How can this be. There must be some mistake. Just shocking!
- Better Together still clueless – and about to do more harm
The electorate in Scotland are poised to reject Westminster.
The Labour high command are completely out off touch written what is happening. Their alignment with the Tories is detested.
Change is coming.
- Indy and the Monarchy
Its for the people of Scotland to decide.
Done may want the ornament of a titular head whilst others may consider it an anathema to democracy.
Hereditary heads of state are about add good add hereditary physicians someone once said.
But at the end of the day its Scottish citizens who will decide and no one else..
- So much for JOMO as businesses demand Scottish Government enables mobile phone mast upgrades
Recognising that rural postal deliveries are something that a privatised Royal Mail would ditch given half a chance you could in fact say the same about rural, electricity supply, and telecommunications services.
Don’t know how anyone could see these services hived off unless they want to depopulate the Highlands.
No doubt Richard sees himself as a modern day Patrick Sillar.
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