- Glasgow School of Art – burning
I can’t help thinking that the impending independence vote hasn’t had some influence on Westminster being so keen to be seen to be offering money…..
Do you think they wouldn’t? Do you think they’d let such a historic building be knocked down then because of a fire if they could help it?
Like the podgy effeminate looking braveheart bloke, you seem to suggest that everyone is against ‘Scotland’, be it all the political parties, the Treasury etc etc when they say something against what he thinks.
Like him, being a Politician is totally above reproach too..
As has been pointed out….if Scotland left, in the last election the Tories would have won clean, not had to do a coalition. So it’d be in the Tories benefit if they did leave. So why don’t they want a break up?
Think about it. You can call your braveheart friend if you like. His silver-tongue will sell you a vision.Posted 3 years agoepicycloSubscriber
hora – Member
….if Scotland left, in the last election the Tories would have won clean, not had to do a coalition. So it’d be in the Tories benefit if they did leave. So why don’t they want a break up?
Ooh ooh ooh! I can answer that. 🙂
Guess who owns large tracts of the cleared lands in the Highlands?
And Land Reform is high on the agenda after independence….Posted 3 years ago
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