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Scottish Budget 2019

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Budget in a couple of days. No overall majority for the SNP so reliant on other party support which won't come from Labour or Conservative and it looks like the Liberal Democrats aren't interested unless independence is taken off the table. So looks like the SNP will have to do whatever the Green Party want.

 

I don't think we will see any changes to tax rates this year but dont expect the changes in thresholds to keep up with Westminster.

 

More money for schools, police, NHS will be announced but I expect services will continue to decline.

 

Also expect another year of underspending far in excess of any 'cuts' in monies received from the UK treasury.

 

More pointless 'guarantees' enshrined in law no doubt as well.IMG_20181209_161634.jpg

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6 hours ago, UsedToGoToCentralPark said:

Also expect another year of underspending far in excess of any 'cuts' in monies received from the UK treasury.

 

Aye, coz them snpnazis are pocketing all of the monies for themselves.

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Is there a Gaelic language budget for signs where nobody speaks it?
Hope its doubled just to piss off the bottom feeders more

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3 hours ago, doulikefish said:

Hope its doubled just to piss off the bottom feeders more

Should be made our native language in celebration of our new independent socialist utopia. 4U0m6pP.png

Anybody who can't crack the lingo can get out imo.

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23 hours ago, kirkyblue2 said:

Is there a Gaelic language budget for signs where nobody speaks it?

Places such as ....?

 

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I posted up the figures about Gaelic road signs a while back. For all it sends doughballs into an absolute fucking froth, it was something like £20k a year as I recall.

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On 12/10/2018 at 14:56, kirkyblue2 said:

Is there a Gaelic language budget for signs where nobody speaks it?

Ask the parties - Tory, Labour and LibDem - who signed the legislation at WM and Holyrood that ScotGov now follow.

Where are these areas btw?

I and my kids speak Gaelic everyday. I pay taxes too. Can't remember a 'Gaels don't pay tax' exception.

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On 12/10/2018 at 15:06, MixuFixit said:

I like paying tax for useful services.

Such as?

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Ask the parties - Tory, Labour and LibDem - who signed the legislation at WM and Holyrood that ScotGov now follow.
Where are these areas btw?
I and my kids speak Gaelic everyday. I pay taxes too. Can't remember a 'Gaels don't pay tax' exception.
Serious question, is there any Gaelic speakers in Scotland who can't read English?

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1 minute ago, speedframe said:
4 minutes ago, Crùbag said:
Ask the parties - Tory, Labour and LibDem - who signed the legislation at WM and Holyrood that ScotGov now follow.
Where are these areas btw?
I and my kids speak Gaelic everyday. I pay taxes too. Can't remember a 'Gaels don't pay tax' exception.

Serious question, is there any Gaelic speakers in Scotland who can't read English?

Depends how badly it's written.

"are", not "is"

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8 minutes ago, Crùbag said:

Such as?

Anything socially useful. If it annoys a right wing person that they pay tax for it I'm usually in favour of it.

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7 minutes ago, speedframe said:
10 minutes ago, Crùbag said:
Ask the parties - Tory, Labour and LibDem - who signed the legislation at WM and Holyrood that ScotGov now follow.
Where are these areas btw?
I and my kids speak Gaelic everyday. I pay taxes too. Can't remember a 'Gaels don't pay tax' exception.

Serious question, is there any Gaelic speakers in Scotland who can't read English?

It's about keeping a language alive, but you know that, and don't care. A fair position for a philistine, but rhetorical questions are dull.

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It's magnificent that Gaelic gets yoons in such an utter state. Imagine having such ingrained self-hatred that you want your own country's culture obliterated because you're thick enough to think Gaelic=SNP

Absolute fuds.

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