Monthly Archives: May 2011
These are my links for May 17th: [Video] Interview with Willie Rennie| STV News – Whilst I'm not satisfied that there wasn't a contest, I think Willie will be a good leader and an improvement on Tavish Edinburgh Zoo’s EGM … Continue reading
These are my links for May 17th: BBC News – Willie Rennie named new Scottish Lib Dem leader – Mr Rennie was the only candidate for the leadership, when nominations closed at noon. Joan McAlpine: A sea change required to … Continue reading
These are my links for May 17th from 07:14 to 07:32: In which I geek out about the electricity market « Decline of the Logos – Liberal Landslide: The end of the Party – Peenko: Blah Blah Blah – Singles … Continue reading
These are my links for May 16th from 22:26 to 22:26: FAQ About WordPress " WordPress Codex –
So, once we’re saving our share of the £130bn to replace Trident, £7bn to build aircraft carriers (with no planes to fly from them), Billions in Tax Dodging and so on, we shouldn’t have too much of a problem funding our education, health… Continue reading
Asked if Scotland or England & Wales benefited more from the Union, Scottish respondents tended to think it was quite even – 40% thought both partners benefitted equally, 32% that England and Wales benefitted more, 21% that Scotland benefits more. Scots also tended to think that both sides of the Union would be worse off if Scotland was independent. 43% thought England & Wales would be financially worse off without Scotland (only 14% thought they’d be better off), and 47% thought Scotland would be financially worse off if it became independent (28% thought Scotland would be better off). In Scotland, while a large minority support independence and think Scotland would be better off independent, the general view seems to be that the Union is a partnership that benefits both sides, roughly evenly.
UK Polling Report(May 12) Continue reading