Comment posted Waitrose has £325k on table for Tuesday planning hearing – and opposition rolls in by Graeme McCormick.
I turned up in time to hear a lady in support of Waitrose say she wanted Waitrose so she could buy pak chow in Helensburgh. That seems to be the level of the debate.
Recent comments by Graeme McCormick
- With her government team completed, how will Nicola Sturgeon’s set do the job?
Don’t be so uncharitable. I suggest you read the Book of Revalation and observe
- Swinney the perfect choice as Deputy First Minister
Richard, why is Ireland paying less for interest on its debt than the UK?
You are very economical with your size of the world. USA, UK and the EU.
The answer is that despite the idea of a global economy there are several trends to be bucked and several countries doing it differently in the positive and negative way.
In conversation with Rupert Soames two years ago (not a friend of Independence) he was fulsome in his praise of John Swinney.
Nicola will not have made her commitments without John’s approval. That’s how they work.
Immaginative use of the fiscal system can bring considerable revenue resources to the Scottish government to fund advances in childcare. Landowners are a sitting duck. Land value rental is on the horizon,much to the displeasure of Mr McGrigor no doubt, and a variation to inheritance rates and the conditions re the destination of bequests leaching funds from the Scottish economy are two examples or rich painless takings
- Asset management company advice to Scottish savers, investors and pension pot-holders
Why do so many successful business people support independence? Do you honestly think that they would choose Independence if they thought their business would be damaged?
Is really be interested to know the considered answer to this question.
- First Minister holds international press conference on indy on Thursday
Scotland is a multi faith community and long may it remain so
- Cameron, Miliband AND Clegg all on the way north
I recall Newsie that you have often said that the current SNP government are not up to the job of leading an independent Scotland. Would this not also apply to the Westminster Establishment?
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