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I see the Scottish government's £700 million better off after selling off tracks of the seabed for these odious wind turbines. 

I wonder if this is the turbines being brought in from the far east and presently being stored at the King George V Dock ,whatever happened to making them in Scotland by the Scottish workers and using Scottish steel. 

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1 hour ago, compo said:

I see the Scottish government's £700 million better off after selling off tracks of the seabed for these odious wind turbines. 

I wonder if this is the turbines being brought in from the far east and presently being stored at the King George V Dock ,whatever happened to making them in Scotland by the Scottish workers and using Scottish steel. 

I don't know the life expectancy of these turbines but I imagine we're going to need a big new landfill site before much longer.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2020-02-05/wind-turbine-blades-can-t-be-recycled-so-they-re-piling-up-in-landfills

 

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Frankly, there isn't a single thing I can think of that the SNP has ever got right, other than maintaining their own gravy train. It's a truly remarkable and consistent record of failure. So, what mystic quality do ScotNats see that makes them think the road to independence would be paved with anything but pain and misery?

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