Comment posted The eurozone crisis and the Independence referendum: time for proactive postponement? by Iain Hurrel.
Think you hit the nail on the head, not sure how many times you will have to hit it before that happens? SNP have done little to boost business in Argyll other than attach themself to issues that look positive, Its a one agenda party for Independence, think that needs put on the very back ring or turned off for a time.
Fuse paper lit
Recent comments by Iain Hurrel
- Welcome for movement on the Oban CHORD project money
The Dunoon Chord gets voiced as “a massive 30 million investment for Dunoon” every time the council issue a statement regarding support on infrastructure for Dunoon.
So add it all up and they have invested £150 million but spent nothing apart from the usual rush to appoint consultants to signify its started?
- Totty rocks as new FM elected at Holyrood
Dammed if she does and dammed if she doesn’t, we’ll prob only here that is.
At last someone in politics that obviously really does get, and is willing to advertise Scottish product with more effect than a massive advertising campaign.
This Scottish product getting extra value for free, soon I feel we are all going to get it from this much smarter politician?
We might even change our culture which seems to be running everything we down
- SNP’s new party Leader demolishes its frontline argument for independence
Watching the speech this afternoon from the SNP Conference by Sturgeon, it made me think that this is what the 12 apostles must have felt like listen to Jesus speaking on the mountain.
What ever you think she’s smarter than Alex
- Meeting of interested parties on A83 makes Oliver Twist move on Transport Minister
Sticky plaster meetings and more sticky plaster politics for a sticky plater solution?
- Stramash award underlines sense of company’s big investment decision
It say within the article this,
The Board of Stramash is prepared to fuel those developments with commercial lending and a professional business plan.
This can only mean bank and private lending as that’s what is classed as commercial lending, and great to a local business not having to go down the usual grant funding route, but standing on it own two feet. Although maybe had a help already to get off the ground with some grants in the early stages, which is how it should work and clearly has in this case.
I’m glad it’s not beside me, all that screeming kids noise all day.
Great to see a business doing well for a change well done Mr Story
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