Search topics on this blog

Google+ Badge

Showing posts with label Facts about Scotland. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Facts about Scotland. Show all posts

Thursday, 2 May 2013

Yes facts on Twitter - @moridura

  •  

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    FACTS, FACTS: If you are undecided about Scotland's independence, or know someone who is, the answers can be found here

     

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    The Big Question; If Scotland is so wealthy, why aren’t YOU better off? I think Scots know the answer. Our wealth is being drained south.

     

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    Scotland tops the UK charts for levels of inward investment by foreign companies.

     

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    Scotland's public finances are stronger than UK's. For each of the last 30 years Scotland has generated more tax revenue per head than UK.

     

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    Scotland has around 25% of Europe’s potential offshore wind and tidal energy and 10% of Europe’s wave power potential.

     

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    Scotland's universities compete at the very top of the world leagues for the quality of their research.

     

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    Scotland has highly successful food,drink, tourism, construction, agriculture sectors worth £39bn p.a. Three of world's top 100 universities

     

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    Independent Scotland will be the 8th wealthiest country in the world. Oil reserves up to £1.5 trillion = 10 our share of UK national debt.

    Expand

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    Even those who favour Westminster rule and say No to independence agree that an independent Scotland is viable and can prosper and thrive.

     

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    One in five children in Scotland are in poverty. One in five young Scots are unemployed. An independent Scotland will tackle these evils.

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    UK welfare cuts will take a further £210m out pockets of hard-working Scottish families. But Government cuts taxes for a few on top incomes.

     

  • Peter Curran Peter Curran

    UK - 4th most unequal country in developed world. Income inequality increased over decades, regardless of which UK party in power.