From the SNP’s Election manifesto
Instead of cutting £500 million next year from the money Scotland has already earmarked to invest in recovery – at a potential cost of 9,000 jobs – we believe they should find the savings from those things that most Scots don’t want – for example, by scrapping the £5 billion ID card project and the £100 billion replacement for Trident.
From todays Telegraph
Perhaps people who voted for the SNP’s campaign to scrap Trident can register their displeasure here
Politics before principles again.
We shouldn’t laugh, well, not too much.