The Tory Paradox

August 12th, 2022
The tory paradox with devolution is that it has to be seen as successful and failing at the same time. They give us just enough of our money/power back to claim they are helping, knowing that it is just enough to make sure we fail. They gave us… more »

The BIG Conservative money swindle

July 9th, 2022
In 1980 the UK national debt was £95.6bn. It would take 30 years for it to reach £1.03tn when Labour left office in 2010. 12 years of the tories have seen the debt more than double to £2.22tn. The tories have spent MORE in 12 years than what took 30… more »

Sunak the sneaky snake.

July 9th, 2022
5 July 2022 : Rishi Sunak resigned as chancellor of the exchequer. 6 July 2022 : domain registered on goDaddy [[ ]] the day BEFORE Johnson steps down. 7 July 2022 : Boris Johnson "resigns"...… more »

Scottish Income Tax

July 7th, 2022
I hear the argument of how Scotland pays more income tax in Scotland than in rUK. So let's look at some facts. * The figures below are based on take-home pay NOT including voluntary pension contributions using the salary calculator @ MSE… more »

Indyref 2023

July 2nd, 2022
IndyRef Facts and Thoughts Indyref 2023 has provoked a lot of genuine outrage and ignorance. This article covers some, BUT not all of the issues. 1. Parties stand on a manifesto to offer the electorate something. If a party OR parties combined, win, on… more »