Monday, December 15, 2008

Good news for Scotland

The SNP is still winning seats from Labour

Massive swing to SNP in Labour stronghold

In North Ayrshire, in Scotland,the SNP gained the Kilbirnie & Beith ward with a 15% swing from Labour in a by-election. The SNP vote rose from 23% in May 2007 to 49%, while Labour fell back to 34%. -

SNP ends year on election high

Scotland has 44 more years of oil, and oil is going back up in price.

Crude prices surge on weak US dollar, OPEC possible output cuts

FUTURES MOVERS Oil soars 10% on possible output cut, dollar tumble


Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Somewhere in Glenrothes

Glenrothes (fife-scotland.)

Near the Lomond centre in Glenrothes.

An ICM survey for the UK Guardian newspaper, on 29 November 2008, gives the UK Conservatives a 15-point lead over Gordon Brown's 'fascist', 'CIA-controlled', 'Zionist' Labour Party.
The latest Holyrood poll puts the SNP on 40%.

What went wrong at Glenrothes, where Labour 'won'?

Balbirnie beast spotted in Glenrothes?

Once spotted in Glenrothes.