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7 hours ago, steve55 said:

Oil price is at record low, good job we voted no, otherwise we would have been screwed right now.  Unless you think Sturgeon would have given us 80% of wages?

 

https://www.rt.com/business/484465-oil-plunge-lowest-level-coronavirus/

^^^^

Don't point and laugh at the yoonatic. It's cruel.

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7 hours ago, steve55 said:

Oil price is at record low, good job we voted no, otherwise we would have been screwed right now.  Unless you think Sturgeon would have given us 80% of wages?

 

https://www.rt.com/business/484465-oil-plunge-lowest-level-coronavirus/

Oh dear......where did the UK gov get the money for its big bail out?

 

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On 04/04/2020 at 17:12, steve55 said:

good job we voted no, otherwise we would have been screwed right now. 

Reuters: “Between Feb 13 and Mar 30, Britain missed a total of eight conference calls or meetings about the coronavirus between EU heads of state or health ministers"

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12 minutes ago, Mr Heliums said:

Reuters: “Between Feb 13 and Mar 30, Britain missed a total of eight conference calls or meetings about the coronavirus between EU heads of state or health ministers"

 

Well of course they did.

We're Britain, FFS..... What can these thick c***s in Europe tell us about anything?

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38 minutes ago, Mr Heliums said:

Reuters: “Between Feb 13 and Mar 30, Britain missed a total of eight conference calls or meetings about the coronavirus between EU heads of state or health ministers"

 

Very interesting article - thanks for posting.

Btw, I can't get your link to work.

https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-health-coronavirus-britain-path-speci/special-report-johnson-listened-to-his-scientists-about-coronavirus-but-they-were-slow-to-sound-the-alarm-idUKKBN21P1X8

 

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Sounds like wee Jeane Freeman is pretty useless at her job, given sourcing of PPE is her responsibility. 

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What a minter he got no bites on the other thread so he is trying here

 

What a minter 

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1 minute ago, doulikefish said:

What a minter he got no bites on the other thread so he is trying here

 

What a minter 

Even your fellow Nats were pointing out it’s a devolved matter on the other thread, as you well know.

Sounds like Freeman is out her depth, Derek Mackay’s replacement pissing off Scottish businesses by messing up the huge financial package given by the Tories, and oil prices plummeted.  Is it any wonder the sensible majority don’t want the toytown parliament running the country. 

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1 hour ago, Mastermind said:

Even your fellow Nats were pointing out it’s a devolved matter on the other thread, as you well know.

Sounds like Freeman is out her depth, Derek Mackay’s replacement pissing off Scottish businesses by messing up the huge financial package given by the Tories, and oil prices plummeted.  Is it any wonder the sensible majority don’t want the toytown parliament running the country. 

How could a wee shite region’s wee pretendy parliament run the glorious Tory-led UK?

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On 11/04/2020 at 10:51, Baxter Parp said:

Don’t need a virus to debunk that shite.

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On 29/03/2020 at 19:42, Bob Mahelp said:

Despite the very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very best efforts of the pathetic Unionist press to sow the seeds of discord......the SNP are still on track to record a huge win in next year's Scottish elections. 

https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/18343125.new-poll-puts-snp-course-record-holyrood-win-despite-salmond-fall-out/

That must be a huge kick in the nads for those desperate to find the silver bullet will slay the independence cause, and were banking on the Salmond trial being it. 

Lol. f**k them. 

 

 

But that's only because we've run out of parties to "find out", like we've found out Scottish Labour. 

Besides, the poll refers to the governance  of Scotland, not the indy vote.

You don't need a silver bullet toto slay the independence vote, it's barely a talking point among anyone I know, far from being a cause. I feel the general public don't have the stomach to raise such an argument.

The only thing that could rouse the floating voters is if Brexit turns tragic,  but then the indy people will always need greater and greater tragedy to prove their argument.

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Just now, BILmac1967 said:

But that's only because we've run out of parties to "find out", like we've found out Scottish Labour. 

Besides, the poll refers to the governance  of Scotland, not the indy vote.

You don't need a silver bullet toto slay the independence vote, it's barely a talking point among anyone I know, far from being a cause. I feel the general public don't have the stomach to raise such an argument.

The only thing that could rouse the floating voters is if Brexit turns tragic,  but then the indy people will always need greater and greater tragedy to prove their argument.

Edit: to mention the indyref2 poll at the top of the page- i'm surprised "never" isn't an option,  if Brexit isn't a tragedy, then I don't ever see it happening.

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2 hours ago, Antlion said:

How could a wee shite region’s wee pretendy parliament run the glorious Tory-led UK?

I had to read your post three times to realise you were being sarcastic. I'm presuming you were being sarcastic?

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