Saturday, 5 May 2007

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I think that Kinglear makes a good point:
In a way, it makes Scotland even more attractive. The best governments are those that leave people alone to get on with it. For the first time in at least a couple of generations, the Scots will have to think clearly about what is really important to them.
American libertarians often welcome "gridlock" in US politics in which different parties control Congress and the Presidency. Hopefully, the instinct of Scots politicians for banning just about anything will be tamed somewhat.

But a majority of just one!

If I were a newly elected SNP member I'd certainly avoid any lone walks in Oxfordshire woods...

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David Farrer said...

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15 June 2007, 16:46:00 GMT+01:00
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David Farrer
Correct, but they seem to be regarded as the winners.

7 May 2007, 16:44:23 GMT+01:00
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Sam Duncan
Not to nitpick or anything, but they don't have a majority at all. They're the largest party by one, but a whole 18 seats short of a majority. 
Pedantic, but important.

5 May 2007, 23:00:51 GMT+01:00