I’m ashamed to admit that I laughed when Railtrack shareholders got shafted by the government. I’m not laughing now.
The Sweaties disappoint me. This bloke puts a more considered tone to the matter.
Alex Salmond who, as this column has noted before, has always regarded himself as a de facto member of Edinburgh’s banking community said in February last year: “The Scottish banks are amongst the most stable financial institutions in the world.” It is a statement that subsequent events proved to be one of the most inaccurate any politician has ever made.
Good effort, moonface.