Comment posted Was no Scottiish University capable of doing the mathematical model on the impact of minimum pricing of alcohol? by Graeme McCormick.
That the Scottish Government provided work for an English University is testimony to its intent that we should also be good neighbours.
Recent comments by Graeme McCormick
- Salmond pledge at Arbroath: seriously crackpot stuff
Sacrifice is the mark of a true Patriot. Remember William Wallace. AS is being hung, drawn and quartered by BT . However he can take it. AS attacks opponents on their policies not on their personalities.
To suggest he is crackpot implies that a lot of Scots voters are fools for voting SNP. I don’t consider Unionist politicians crackpot.
This sort of irresponsible comment by the media plays into the hands of extremists. I have some concern that some will not accept the decision with grace.
We all have a duty to argue on principal and not play the messenger.
- One month to go and in one day – Scottish Government announces almost £7 million of community funding
Leeds is bigger than Glasgow.
- Spiked’s O’Neill offers the most muscular position yet on indy – with comfort for neither side
Is there any link between the UK governments willingness to issue licences for fracking and the landed estates displaying “No thanks” posters on their land?
Oil is nationalised but access isn’t so guess who will get a bonanza if Scotland doesn’t become independent?
- Public support on Bute for Mount Stuart Trust’s Masterplan project
Would the trust sell off 4 plots of say two acres for homesteads per farm at £10000 each subject to the planning permission? This could create an extra 16 people on each farm and start to reverse population decline with young families living and working in the communities. Basic 2 bedroomed houses could be erected for £50k each by loans provided by the Trust or the local council. These house could be extended as the families grow.
- Why has Scottish Government let Ferguson’s shipyard go down?
EU competition rules apply. If you put out a ferry to tender how can you be sure the Scots yard will be successful?
I understand that if the UK had designated the ferries as defence support ships then competitive tendering would not be required and they could’ve built in the UK.
As Scotland is not a state at present only the Ul has the power to do it.
Roll on Independence!
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