Monday, October 13, 2008
Salmond faces poser over Glenrothes after Banking Crisis
Reently Alex Salmond spoke of an 'arc of prosperity' to which an independent Scotland would belong: Iceland, Ireland and Norway. The first two are now in deep doo-doo of coúrse and the third has had billions wiped off its prosperity by the banking crisis.
In addition to this, Scottish banks seem to have led the Gaderene rush to the precipice. The question is: could Scotland have survived, WILL it survive without the billions UK taxpayers have poured into the banks? What price an SNP victory in the Glenrothes by-election now, one has to ask?