“ Roll_on, I think with regard to the Scotland Bill we also need to stop the "re-reservation" of powers to westminster. In particular the legislation to give the Supreme court in England any jurisdiction over the Scottish courts. Also very worrying is the planning issues given the nuclear debate. I do not want Scotland told by westminster that we have to build nuclear power stations here. “
X_Stick I Agree totally with the points you raise. But to clarify the three priorities I posted are a direct lift from the article I linked to in my post. Now I don’t for one minute doubt that these three priorities will be the only priorities the SNP will have and that the bulleted priority contents indeed will be the complete picture.
What the SNP are highlighting are all to do with strengthening the economy that is what I believe the majority of people in Scotland want to see as a priority. I also do not see the SNP taking their eyes of the ball especially the nuclear issue you raise, the SNP are totally opposed to this and it was the NuLabour muppets that said that nuclear build was part of the energy mix. As for the ‘re-reservation’ of any part of the Scottish legal system I cannot see the SNP sitting on their hands when it comes to this.
The above are my own personal feelings. With regards the 3 priorities I am afraid you will have to contact the SNP I do not speak for them.
• Reinforcing the powers of the Scotland Bill to give economic teeth to that legislation • To identify borrowing powers to keep the revival in the construction industry of Scotland moving • To identify the need to devolve corporation tax powers Brian, or anyone else, when does Holyrood reconvene… I can’t wait to watch the first FMQ’s!
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