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That's what the union is all about. Sharing and pooling. Rolling Eyes

Quite a lot of the people who commented on that article wouldn't agree with you.
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Well, quite a lot of people are getting annoyed by how the SNP is acting.  "We want to have our cake and eat it, and **** the rest of you" isn't a good look.
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So pooling and sharing means behave yourselves and remember your place.




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Well, quite a lot of people are getting annoyed by how the SNP is acting.  "We want to have our cake and eat it, and **** the rest of you" isn't a good look.
Actually it's a sound negotiating position asCameron will recognise.  As things stand a huge fiscal trap is being dug to put the Scottish Government between a rock and a hard place but most Scots are wise to it thankfully.
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As things stand a huge fiscal trap is being dug to put the Scottish Government between a rock and a hard place but most Scots are wise to it thankfully.

So expecting the Scottish Government to bear the risk as well as the reward of greater powers is "a fiscal trap"? doh
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Actually it's a sound negotiating position asCameron will recognise.  As things stand a huge fiscal trap is being dug to put the Scottish Government between a rock and a hard place but most Scots are wise to it thankfully.
Most Scots are wise, and that's why independence was rejected.

Also if the telegraph article is so obviously wrong, care to say in which specific regards you think so?
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So expecting the Scottish Government to bear the risk as well as the reward of greater powers is "a fiscal trap"? doh
Bearing risk would be ok with the economic levers to deal with it.
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