Comment posted First Minister announces ‘radical rethink’ on land reform by Graeme mccormick.
Finance to fund land acquisition is finite. Surely the simple way to resolve the land issue is to take the value out of it?
Suggestions as to how we achieve it without infringing human rights please!
Graeme mccormick also commented
- Great responses! Just as the Referendum debate provides an opportunity for land reform so it also opens minds to other fundamental reforms such as access to justice, honest money, a new definition of “family” and state guaranteed citizens income.
It would be a great shame if those opposed to Independence did not join the wider debate on these and other issues. Independence must not be an end in itself
Recent comments by Graeme mccormick
- Argyll and Bute Council: Where are we now?
This speculation is better than a laxative!
- Argyll and Bute Council: Councillor McCuish leads again
There may have been a little localdifficulty but to suggest the SNP government aremuppets flies in factor opinion polls which give them a huge lead over the opposition in Holyrood.
In discussions with several prominent supporters of the Union I have been surprised how fulsome they are their praise for the SNP government and in particular their admiration for John Swinney.
There must be a lot of muppets about!
- Radically new council group changes all the dynamics: party politics dead in Argyll
I think we might have more regard for them if they all said they would only take their basic councillor salary and forego the extra payments.
All councillors should be part of the administration but have a free vote except for the appointment of lead councillors which should be divided up in proportion to the population share of each area committee.
That might just put a sort of break on factionalism
- Argyll and Bute Council: the serious stuff
Serious stuff indeed! our young people’s future or half-empty care homes.
Other areas are also worried about school closures being revisited.
- Minutes of today’s meeting of ‘Concerned Councillors’ Group
Come back James Robb
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