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lovelyhead

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  1. Role reversal! It is usually Scotland that doesn't get the government we vote for.
  2. This is all part of a very carefully coreographed plan B. The SNP now have a membership of over 92000. More than UKIP and the Lib Dems combinedand much much more than the North Britain branch of Labour. With Jim Murphy looking likely to be the new Labour North branch leader the SNP's membership can only grow. If the other parts of the UK vote to leave Europe then there will be another referendum. If the "vow" is not honored, which it won't be (around 30 MPs turned up at a debate about how to proceed with devolving more powers a couple of days ago), there will be another referendum. Scotland has got the rest of the UK by the short and curlies. Westminster MP's are to short sighted to see it.
  3. Shale gas extraction revenues could be held in a "sovereign wealth fund" for the north of England, the chancellor has said. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-29968603 What a marvellous idea. If only we had thought of it before! A case of what’s yours is mine and what’s mine is mine.
  4. Jim "Eggman" Murphy isn't popular up here. He is London establishment through and through and the people know it.
  5. "Scottish Labour" are a complete joke. Lamont moaning that Scottish Labour is basically run from London. The irony. And now Murphy has thrown his hat into the ring to be the new Labour "leader" in Scotland. He isn't even an MSP but an UK MP. All this and Milliband is calling for previous Labour voters that also voted YES in the referendum to "Come home". The sheer arrogance. Labour are a complete shambles. That 45% is increasing by the day.
  6. I am going on holiday in a couple of days and I want to leave in a good mood. Not annoyed because of arguments on the internet. You believe strongly that a NO vote is the way to go and I believe the opposite. Nothing is going to change my mind and I don't suppose anything is going to change yours. No more arguments from me.
  7. Your questions are accompanied by personal insults. You can't expect people to have a sensible debate with you when you can't be civil.
  8. I could say that Scottish tax payers money is paying for Pukka pies in Blackpool.
  9. As I said. Scotland will be happy to help Westminster out with it's debt problems if we get a share of the assets.
  10. We don't have a share of the debt. It is all Westminster's debt. We will be happy to voluntarily pay some money to help with that debt if Westminster gives us an equal share of assets.
  11. Ah yes the unionist biased YouGov poll has us 6 points behind with a margin of error of 3%.
  12. Calling someone "rattled" can hardly be called an insult. Referring to people as "hard of thinking" and your jibe at caius insinuating that he has had a poor education is pretty bad form and causes you to lose any moral high ground you may have held.
  13. See my post regarding the amount of English voters in Scotland. Why do you feel the need to personally insult people that have a different opinion than you?
  14. I was hoping you would show up AThirdWay. You are better at putting across the argument for Independence than me.
  15. Maybe most SNP voters vote for them so they can get a chance at a referendum but don't agree with their policies. You are very judgemental CCC.
  16. Here is an interesting statistic: 9% of the Scottish population are English according to the last census. That equates to approximately 450,000 English people living in Scotland. Voter turnout at the last Scottish election was 50%. 50% of 450,000 is 225000. So lets assume 225000 English people voted in the last Scottish election. That figure is strikingly close to the tory vote of 276,652. Are they really popular with the Scots? I don't think so and I don't think you will find many people that would agree with your opinion that they are.
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