Comment posted Will a (subsidised?) £10k buy SPR calmer waters in Tiree? by Alex McKay.
But then, Malcolm, as I understand it, not everyone on Tiree will be “fighting” SPR in a Court of Law, so if your advice is adopted, those who won’t be doing so can have a larger share!
Alex McKay also commented
- Karl, the 10k is not being offered to all the islanders – “Works out at 12.8pounds for each islander” – but specifically to those who want to gain qualifications, so dividing the sum by the number of islanders is the sort of ungrateful response that I’m sure those hoping to benefit from the money will find particularly unhelpful.
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“Many”? Or even “many, many”? What silly nonsense is that? Your state of denial just gets worse. Get it into your head that 2,001,926 people voted No, 383,937 more than voted Yes. I am delighted to see more people now actively interested in politics than before the referendum, and note that SNP membership has increased by some 75,000 since it was held, but would point out that this is still only 3.7% of those who voted No, even if your claim about “many of them” joining the SNP was backed by any evidence. But, of course, you have not thought to consider that all 75,000 might have voted Yes, or a mighty 4.6% of them?
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