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MSE_Helen wrote: »
"Mike Dailly, from Glasgow's Govan Law Centre, bemoans the inequality as there'll be an England & Wales-only ombudsman ..."
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Why is Scotland an oasis for claims cowboys?
CoolHotCold wrote: »
Well, you could look at it this way.
The English parliament (lets include wales in that description as it isn't a real country) decided "Hey, somethings wrong, lets introduce some consumer laws to protect the public from unscrupulous companies"
The Scottish government goes "Oh, hey, that looks interesting, but no, we either can't be arsed, too !!!!ed, or everyones shifting the blame from the tramworks to a different department in a massive cockup of "Pass The Hot potato"
You want responsibility to make your own decisions in law and have a parliament, fine, but don't complain to us when you screwup.
You can't exactly blame anyone else other than the SNP government, I mean one party has a sodding majority.
<Opinion of a Scottish resident lived here more hand half his life>
visidigi wrote: »
Exactly what he said, cake and eat it comes to mind lately with the way Scotland is going...somethings going to give...
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