Rural economy needs policies, not finger-pointing



There has been a great deal of political finger-pointing of late. Anyone watching last week’s Holyrood debate on the future of rural Scotland witnessed hands full of digits being pointed at other people.
The finger-pointing blitz saw the Scottish Government blame the UK government. Then opposition MSPs blamed the Scottish Government for its failings. It was all “blame, pointy finger, blame”.
Sadly, it is patently obvious that Westminster has not got a clue about life post-Brexit Andrew Arbuckle This was a debate on the future of rural Scotland – and yet no-one got round to discussing the... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Business, Views: 36
Source: Scotsman
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