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Will Scotland Leave the UK?
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Old 03-08-2020, 18:15   #3076
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Re: Will Scotland Leave the UK?

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Are you following me round the forum trying to land a single solitary jab?

If it is so bad that you are now holding up the Scottish Labour manifesto from 2017 that magics out of thin air 100bn for Scotland then that’s surely a sign of desperation.

I’m sure nobody took me literally, and I’ll ask what the point of a political party is if nobody can names it’s flagship policies? Or a campaign that fails to sufficiently increase awareness off said policies among your target voter base?
I'd quit while you're behind, if I were you, mate.

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Yes.

Higher tax (which actually most people don’t pay) isn’t a bad thing if the state is providing better value (or perceived better value) to citizens. Free personal care for the elderly, no tuition fees, etc.

I’m wondering why they get you so angry if they’re so incompetent surely they will lose in 2021?
I see you've picked a vote winner with that one! Surely, you don't really believe that hard pressed families would welcome a tax rise!

This is Scotland we are talking about.
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Old 03-08-2020, 18:22   #3077
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Re: Will Scotland Leave the UK?

If I’m aware of anything Old Boy it’s to know not to take advice from you on when to quit while behind. You’ve been flogging the same dead horse since 2014 in the TV section.

More tax is relative Old Boy. Privatised public services do not come “free”. A student saving 36 grand in tuition fees might think paying slightly more tax is better than leaving uni saddled with a huge debt. Similarly the Bank of Mum and Dad probably don’t fancy picking up the tab either.
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