Nicola Sturgeon - whither the SNP

Is Sturgeon's time as First Minister of Scotland coming to an end

  • Yes - she is dooomed

    Votes: 157 47.9%
  • No - this is just a storm in a tea cup

    Votes: 31 9.5%
  • Don't know

    Votes: 46 14.0%
  • Don't care

    Votes: 94 28.7%

  • Total voters
    328
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G7 not G16.

Even if it were the latter Scotland would still be making the brews and stealing the pencils.

And if it were not for Barnett they would not even be doing that.
 
Nicola has managed to survive for 10 hours on this thread with no negative comments. Is this the turning point when her political brilliance is recognised?

She has been clever, never missing a trick, perhaps taking a tip from Nigel Farage who worked for Brexit from within the EU parliament/assembly/whatever it is called.
 
Nicola has managed to survive for 10 hours on this thread with no negative comments. Is this the turning point when her political brilliance is recognised?

She has been clever, never missing a trick, perhaps taking a tip from Nigel Farage who worked for Brexit from within the EU parliament/assembly/whatever it is called.
Tons of stuff out there, just not so much in MSM perhaps.

 

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The pay and condition bit is changing rapidly. Companies who don't get with that program are already finding themselves in the shit

The problem with these sorts of companies is that they are heavily dependant upon constantly reducing costs as low as possible as nearly every single penny they make is going out to service debts of some sort or another. They haven't made a real profit in years if not decades.

I believe the expression is Zombie companies and I suspect we will see a lot of companies fold as their ability to keep the banks and debt owners happy diminishes
 
The problem with these sorts of companies is that they are heavily dependant upon constantly reducing costs as low as possible as nearly every single penny they make is going out to service debts of some sort or another. They haven't made a real profit in years if not decades.

I believe the expression is Zombie companies and I suspect we will see a lot of companies fold as their ability to keep the banks and debt owners happy diminishes

There is usually a giveaway with that kind of company and it is that their primary financiers are private equity companies.
Usually heavily reliant on leasing, own nothing and are usually on a race to the bottom.
 
I wonder what the National plan to do with any information they receive about union branded Scottish products? Target the producer? Shame them publicly?

The SNP version of Kristallnacht?
 

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