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And our most read story of the week, at #1: WATCH: Alex Salmond fumes at deputy speaker in EU debate
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tony Feb 12
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Maybe he gives a shit,unlike the rest.
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Robert Adams Feb 12
Replying to @politicshome
Bloody bully and he knows that this was NOThis finest hour. SNP behaving like Darliks out of Doctor Who
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papa doc Feb 12
Replying to @RobertPeterPan
salmond speaks for me and many many others ... I smell change .. scots MPs will only take this for so long..
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Robert Adams Feb 12
Replying to @Andyq65
Then you are a fool. Open your eyes. 36% of Yes voters voted Leave and rightly so. Stupid EU Love Fest will force many to vote NO
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Robert Adams Feb 12
Replying to @Andyq65
Meanwhile, if WM gives you an that the EU certainly does NOT want secretly, your economy suffers whereas rUK grows
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papa doc Feb 12
Replying to @RobertPeterPan
rUk has debt of £1.9 trillion.. even after 40 years of Scottish oil . We just want out this mess . Empire days are long gone
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Anne Cowling Feb 12
*daleks
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Robert Adams Feb 12
Replying to @Andyq65
All national debt is calculated in $ so it is higher than that figure in £, but utterly irrelevant for the following reasons: 1/2
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Robert Adams Feb 12
Replying to @Andyq65
ONLY 4 liquid reserve currencies exist: $, Y, E & £ at about 10% of WMS so what $250 T, so say $2.2 T is perfectly acceptable
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Craig Carter Feb 12
England debt is £140 billion per scottish population size and Scottish debt is £15 billion how does that work ?
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Robert Adams Feb 12
Replying to @RpgCraig @Andyq65
National Debt is irrelevant in a debt junky age, particularly when you own one of the world's 4 liquid reserve currencies
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Robert Adams Feb 12
Replying to @RpgCraig @Andyq65
You do understand the colossal power of 4 LIQUID reserve currencies ? Sterling, the smallest is about say $250 Trillion
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Robert Adams Feb 12
Replying to @RpgCraig @Andyq65
Arguing over billions is like a family getting worried about paying who will pay the annual car insurance. No big deal !
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