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£340k PLUS Legal Costs. A Fvcking Disgrace.

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posted on 5/3/21

comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 38 seconds ago
He could quite easily grant a 2nd referendum, as you attributed to earlier most English people don't give a fook, so I doubt he would get much backlash from the people, maybe from his cabinet but he gets the big job he can deal with that.
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Not a chance. This is about the aristocracy and every political party not wanting a break up of the union.

Won’t happen whatever Scotland voted for. It’ll be dinghied.
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I think this is part of the problem, and why independence is wanted.

People want to have a bigger say in the decisions being made, and have their voices heard and listened to. If that doesn't happen, then there would be a mechanism to allow us to change the people making those decisions.

You've openly stated - and this isn't a criticism of you, but an observation - that it doesn't matter what the people of Scotland say or want, people that we never voted for will decide what happens.

Forget all the other arguments you're making - and I know that there are serious questions that would need answered - but that seems to be where a lot of people are at.

We've gone past the Kevin Bridges 'fvck it, mon we'll gie it a try - it'll be a laugh' to the 'if we're going to make a cvnt of it, at least let it be Scottish folk that make a cvnt of it that I can shout at a lot closer'.
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What’s the odds we don’t carry the vote and sheite it yet again?

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 5/3/21

It is finances pure and simple. A c. 8% drop in income so they can afford less aircraft carriers, less London infrastructure projects, less £12bn refurbishment of WM - a fooking eye watering sum on one building.

posted on 5/3/21

Less than 50% going by the previous few months polling.

posted on 5/3/21

The defence spending is lost on me.

We keep spunking billions on nukes, fighter jets, aircraft carriers etc.. it's like we're preparing for a traditional 20th century war, when it's now the 21st century and almost all warfare is fine through cyber space, which we barely invest in 🤦‍♂️

posted on 5/3/21

If the SNP could somehow convince the SW and the hands across the water types it would make a huge difference.

But how do you convince those types with pictures of the queen next to orange sashes, drinking out their union jack mugs to vote for Indy? Fook only knows, it would be easier to sell rosary beads in the Louden

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 37 seconds ago
It is finances pure and simple. A c. 8% drop in income so they can afford less aircraft carriers, less London infrastructure projects, less £12bn refurbishment of WM - a fooking eye watering sum on one building.
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Yep, instead of paying half that amount for a 21st century building outside London with world class security and technology. The dusty crusty old farts of Westminster want to perpetuate their ancient habits -

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Zachsda( He’s gone, the shark throwers have won) (U1850)
posted 2 hours, 46 minutes ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by super phoenix rangers - comments on this forum... (U14864)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Zico - Sharkhead Home of the Champions (U21900)
posted 1 minute ago
Despite asking on numerous occasions what anyone wants the answer is simply “Not Westminster”.
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Ginger, Scotland don't get the Government they vote for, which is why the SNP are a device to get us the fvck out of this Union of scvm.

Once independent we can vote for whatever party we like, and it's the Greens for me.
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Yes ginger has finally got it
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Do you genuinely believe any other party will get into power should independence be achieved?

I bloody don’t

Scotland will become the very definition of a one party state.

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I don’t care who’s in charge
I just want it to be who we elect

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Exactly this

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 38 seconds ago
He could quite easily grant a 2nd referendum, as you attributed to earlier most English people don't give a fook, so I doubt he would get much backlash from the people, maybe from his cabinet but he gets the big job he can deal with that.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Not a chance. This is about the aristocracy and every political party not wanting a break up of the union.

Won’t happen whatever Scotland voted for. It’ll be dinghied.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
I think this is part of the problem, and why independence is wanted.

People want to have a bigger say in the decisions being made, and have their voices heard and listened to. If that doesn't happen, then there would be a mechanism to allow us to change the people making those decisions.

You've openly stated - and this isn't a criticism of you, but an observation - that it doesn't matter what the people of Scotland say or want, people that we never voted for will decide what happens.

Forget all the other arguments you're making - and I know that there are serious questions that would need answered - but that seems to be where a lot of people are at.

We've gone past the Kevin Bridges 'fvck it, mon we'll gie it a try - it'll be a laugh' to the 'if we're going to make a cvnt of it, at least let it be Scottish folk that make a cvnt of it that I can shout at a lot closer'.
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What’s the odds we don’t carry the vote and sheite it yet again?
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There's a decent chance that could happen, and if it does, then the SNP will lose a substantial amount of their vote I would think. The first problem is that we need to be allowed to have that vote.

If the vote returns another 'No', then I would also think that the shouts for independence would quieten down.

Again though, the fact that as a nation we are not allowed to decide to have a vote sums up where the frustrations are coming from.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 16 minutes ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 38 seconds ago
He could quite easily grant a 2nd referendum, as you attributed to earlier most English people don't give a fook, so I doubt he would get much backlash from the people, maybe from his cabinet but he gets the big job he can deal with that.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Not a chance. This is about the aristocracy and every political party not wanting a break up of the union.

Won’t happen whatever Scotland voted for. It’ll be dinghied.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
I think this is part of the problem, and why independence is wanted.

People want to have a bigger say in the decisions being made, and have their voices heard and listened to. If that doesn't happen, then there would be a mechanism to allow us to change the people making those decisions.

You've openly stated - and this isn't a criticism of you, but an observation - that it doesn't matter what the people of Scotland say or want, people that we never voted for will decide what happens.

Forget all the other arguments you're making - and I know that there are serious questions that would need answered - but that seems to be where a lot of people are at.

We've gone past the Kevin Bridges 'fvck it, mon we'll gie it a try - it'll be a laugh' to the 'if we're going to make a cvnt of it, at least let it be Scottish folk that make a cvnt of it that I can shout at a lot closer'.
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What’s the odds we don’t carry the vote and sheite it yet again?
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Btw - we?!?

Where will you be going to cast your vote?!

posted on 5/3/21

I would be more than happy to see a written commitment to no more independence referendums for 25 years built in to any legislation around a new referendum (obviously assuming a No vote is returned).

I'm happy for this to be our generations last go at this.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 5/3/21

It is money - always. UK infrastructure budget is c. £100bn. Scotland gets 'given' £4.6bn which is clearly way short of a pro rata sum. Sunak says that will increase to £128bn pa over the next 5 years but bet there's fck all chance Scotland sees an equal share.

Scheite like WM, HS2, Heathrow getting allocated under a 'whole of UK benefit' label when that is clearly not the case.

That is one good reason I want independence.

Why does the UK need 'levelling up'? Because anything outside the SE has been grossly underfunded for decades and continues to be so.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 5/3/21

comment by IvanGolacIsMagic (U5291)
posted 4 minutes ago
I would be more than happy to see a written commitment to no more independence referendums for 25 years built in to any legislation around a new referendum (obviously assuming a No vote is returned).

I'm happy for this to be our generations last go at this.
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Fck that - you don't sign away your future when you don't know wtf it is. Say WM just said you're getting fck all Barnett now - we to sit on our hands for 25 years?

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by IvanGolacIsMagic (U5291)
posted 4 minutes ago
I would be more than happy to see a written commitment to no more independence referendums for 25 years built in to any legislation around a new referendum (obviously assuming a No vote is returned).

I'm happy for this to be our generations last go at this.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Fck that - you don't sign away your future when you don't know wtf it is. Say WM just said you're getting fck all Barnett now - we to sit on our hands for 25 years?
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They could do that now and the situation would be no different.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 23 minutes ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 16 minutes ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 38 seconds ago
He could quite easily grant a 2nd referendum, as you attributed to earlier most English people don't give a fook, so I doubt he would get much backlash from the people, maybe from his cabinet but he gets the big job he can deal with that.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Not a chance. This is about the aristocracy and every political party not wanting a break up of the union.

Won’t happen whatever Scotland voted for. It’ll be dinghied.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
I think this is part of the problem, and why independence is wanted.

People want to have a bigger say in the decisions being made, and have their voices heard and listened to. If that doesn't happen, then there would be a mechanism to allow us to change the people making those decisions.

You've openly stated - and this isn't a criticism of you, but an observation - that it doesn't matter what the people of Scotland say or want, people that we never voted for will decide what happens.

Forget all the other arguments you're making - and I know that there are serious questions that would need answered - but that seems to be where a lot of people are at.

We've gone past the Kevin Bridges 'fvck it, mon we'll gie it a try - it'll be a laugh' to the 'if we're going to make a cvnt of it, at least let it be Scottish folk that make a cvnt of it that I can shout at a lot closer'.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

What’s the odds we don’t carry the vote and sheite it yet again?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Btw - we?!?

Where will you be going to cast your vote?!
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I can’t due to where I live but I’d be voting for independence. As I’ve said many times before.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 5/3/21

comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 13 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by IvanGolacIsMagic (U5291)
posted 4 minutes ago
I would be more than happy to see a written commitment to no more independence referendums for 25 years built in to any legislation around a new referendum (obviously assuming a No vote is returned).

I'm happy for this to be our generations last go at this.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Fck that - you don't sign away your future when you don't know wtf it is. Say WM just said you're getting fck all Barnett now - we to sit on our hands for 25 years?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
They could do that now and the situation would be no different.
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Yes, but no need to giving them a hand with it.

posted on 5/3/21

I think the subtlety of that particular jibe was lost on the t’internet here...

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 35 seconds ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 13 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by IvanGolacIsMagic (U5291)
posted 4 minutes ago
I would be more than happy to see a written commitment to no more independence referendums for 25 years built in to any legislation around a new referendum (obviously assuming a No vote is returned).

I'm happy for this to be our generations last go at this.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Fck that - you don't sign away your future when you don't know wtf it is. Say WM just said you're getting fck all Barnett now - we to sit on our hands for 25 years?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
They could do that now and the situation would be no different.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Yes, but no need to giving them a hand with it.
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Now you mention it-anyone seen Pointy recently?!

posted on 5/3/21

comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 7 minutes ago
I think the subtlety of that particular jibe was lost on the t’internet here...
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I just ignored you bit more for other readers

posted on 5/3/21

Plan of action:

Get the referendum agreed.
Hold the vote on the 12th of July ( considerable number of unionists away burning pallets)
Scotland wins and is independent
Wales follows a year later
Ireland unifies off the back of Scotland & Wales indy.
In despair the NI/Scottish unionists all move to live on Rockall where they create their own wee country.
Scotland vote to remove the Royal family and become a Republic.
Rockall invite the royal family to reign over them.

Jobs a good un

posted on 5/3/21

comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 2 minutes ago
Plan of action:

Get the referendum agreed.
Hold the vote on the 12th of July ( considerable number of unionists away burning pallets)
Scotland wins and is independent
Wales follows a year later
Ireland unifies off the back of Scotland & Wales indy.
In despair the NI/Scottish unionists all move to live on Rockall where they create their own wee country.
Scotland vote to remove the Royal family and become a Republic.
Rockall invite the royal family to reign over them.

Jobs a good un
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ffs 😂

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 22 minutes ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 7 minutes ago
I think the subtlety of that particular jibe was lost on the t’internet here...
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I just ignored you bit more for other readers
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I didn’t notice the ignoring part-I’ve just become used to that in here.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 5/3/21

comment by MaHeed'sNippin aka I’m the competent Wullie Collum (U3633)
posted 15 seconds ago
comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 2 minutes ago
Plan of action:

Get the referendum agreed.
Hold the vote on the 12th of July ( considerable number of unionists away burning pallets)
Scotland wins and is independent
Wales follows a year later
Ireland unifies off the back of Scotland & Wales indy.
In despair the NI/Scottish unionists all move to live on Rockall where they create their own wee country.
Scotland vote to remove the Royal family and become a Republic.
Rockall invite the royal family to reign over them.

Jobs a good un
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ffs 😂
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The only fly in the ointment is that Rockall is officially part of Scotland so the Rockall Rangers could still theoretically play in the league - if they can afford the 23 match balls each game lost to the sea.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by MaHeed'sNippin aka I’m the competent Wullie Collum (U3633)
posted 15 seconds ago
comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 2 minutes ago
Plan of action:

Get the referendum agreed.
Hold the vote on the 12th of July ( considerable number of unionists away burning pallets)
Scotland wins and is independent
Wales follows a year later
Ireland unifies off the back of Scotland & Wales indy.
In despair the NI/Scottish unionists all move to live on Rockall where they create their own wee country.
Scotland vote to remove the Royal family and become a Republic.
Rockall invite the royal family to reign over them.

Jobs a good un
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ffs 😂
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The only fly in the ointment is that Rockall is officially part of Scotland so the Rockall Rangers could still theoretically play in the league - if they can afford the 23 match balls each game lost to the sea.
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Have they signed Christie ?

posted on 5/3/21

comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 19 minutes ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 22 minutes ago
comment by My Partially Peeved POV (U10636)
posted 7 minutes ago
I think the subtlety of that particular jibe was lost on the t’internet here...
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I just ignored you bit more for other readers
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I didn’t notice the ignoring part-I’ve just become used to that in here.


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Wasted effort.

Now I know how you feel

posted on 5/3/21

Sorry.

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