In response to Tom Gallagher: The SNP recoils from independent-minded citizens, Colkitto03 wrote:
You are right to highlight how much of the population in the west of Scotland work for the public sector. In fact one of the few private sector industries of any size in central Scotland is call centre working and that can go as quick as it came.
And Glasgow especially (along with Dundee) has become an SNP hotspot. Labour has collapsed as communities look to another party that will guarantee State largesse.
One has to ask why private businesses would move to Strathclyde?
SNP dominance will stay for a long time. Nicola Sturgeon seems to be unassailable.
Whereas Jeremy Corbyn is attacked for only having 63 per cent of Labour voters favouring Remain. Nicola Sturgeon is lauded unquestioningly for getting 64 per cent of SNP voters to plump for Remain. How does that work?