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  1. Would have been a much funnier video if the protester simply lifted his wig and threw it away.
  2. Eh? Most of your "nevers"I have seen at Hampden Apologies if you are only 14.......
  3. If Scotland dont win their Group A and go on to lift the Nations League Clarke must go !!
  4. Utterly brilliant result and some wonderful performances. Porteous and Hickey stand-outs for me......shows what strength in dpeth we have now. Is the Steve Clarke must go thread busy tonight?
  5. you are spot on there I seriously forgot about McGinn playing......conserving energy for a good 45 minutes retaining the ball at the corner flag I suspect
  6. Got to be happy with that half to be honest
  7. Haha....I absolutely never said I negotiated the deal. The licences were only awarded in January and these ScotWind windfarms are likely to be in the water from 2028 onwards hopefully. No public stakeholders on the specific TOTAL Energies projects but huge opprotunities for the supply chain both on mainland Scotland and at Flota, Orkney where they plan to produce hydrogen from the electricity generated from their West of Orkney site. You still believe the Scottish Government are payin £700m for the ScotWind licences? If so maybe best to take yourself away from this discussion as you clearly do not understand it.
  8. If you dont understand the ScotWind licencing process you can just admit it rather than copy links to articles which you havent read yourself as they state the opposite to what you claim above. All of the aforementioned offshore wind developers have submitted Supply Chain plans which will result in significant investment in Scottish infrastructure and use of Scottish supply chain companies. You mention BP, who have set aside (with partners SPR) £25m per development for supply chain development alone. TOTAL Energies, another you mention, have commited £140m to early local supply chain investment. Here is the link https://totalenergies.com/media/news/press-releases/scotland-totalenergies-and-scotwind-partners-commit-local-industrial (incidentally, I was in the room when their CEO Patrick Puyanne made that announcement and that they would join BP in locating their global offshore wind HQ's in Aberdeen)
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