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Oil and the Scottish voter 1974-1979

William L. Miller

Oil and the Scottish voter 1974-1979

by William L. Miller

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Published by Social Science Research Council in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Offshore oil industry -- North Sea.,
  • Scotland -- Politics and government -- 20th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p108-111.

    Statementby William L. Miller, Jack Brand, Maggie Jordan.
    SeriesNorth Sea Oil Panel occasional paper -- no.2
    ContributionsBrand, Jack., Jordan, Maggie.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111p. :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18731362M

    Scotland is a country which is in a political union with the rest of the United been directly governed by the UK Government since , a system of devolution was established in , after the Scottish people voted by a firm majority to re-establish a primary law making Scottish Parliament in a referendum held in Scotland entered into a political union with England in. Scotland has voted against becoming an independent country by 55% to 45%. Electorate 4,, Turnout % Rejected ballots 3, How results are reported.

    The discovery of North Sea oil off the east coast of Scotland in further invigorated the debate over Scottish independence. The SNP organised a hugely successful campaign entitled " It's Scotland's oil ", emphasising how the discovery of oil could benefit Scotland's struggling deindustrialising economy and its populace. [20]. Work colleagues of an Elgin mum killed in an accident on the A96 have paid tribute to her “vibrant, bright and fun-loving” nature. Leigh-Anne Wood, 28, was travelling alone along the A96 when.

      Why Scotland’s Independence Is Back on the Table: QuickTake Q&A April 3, , AM EDT politics Scottish Parliament Backs Independence Vote Author: Rodney Jefferson. In the recent UK general election the Scottish National Party, standing on a platform of independence within the EU, won 80 per cent of Scotland’s 59 seats in the Westminster parliament.


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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miller, William Lockley, Oil and the Scottish voter, London: Social Science Research Council, © It was in October that BP struck oil miles off Aberdeen in what was later to become the giant Forties field.

This and later discoveries coincided with a massive hike in global oil prices during, and in the aftermath, of the Yom Kippur Arab-Israeli conflict which meant that even marginal fields off the Scottish coast became : Nan Spowart. "It's Scotland's oil" was a widely publicised political slogan used by the Scottish National Party (SNP) during the s in making their economic case for Scottish independence.

It was argued that the discovery of North Sea oil off the coast of Scotland, and the revenue that it created would not benefit Scotland to any significant degree. The Scottish independence vote of saw an per cent turnout rate with a per cent to per cent no/yes split.

Inwhile the national turnout rate for the general election was. For Labour, defeat is like shortbread: it rarely stops with one. Loss of power in was followed by crushing reverses in and The party stumbled out of office in – and went on to lose inand SinceLabour has bucked the trend on just one occasion: In Juneto the surprise of just about everyone but himself, Ted Heath, who had been widely.

The North Sea oil revenues will be one of the key points of negotiation between Scotland and Westminster should Scotland vote for : Terry Macalister. SNP referendum oil figures '13 times higher than reality' New figures published by the Office for Budget Responsibility show the North Sea is only.

News > UK > This Britain How black gold was hijacked: North sea oil and the betrayal of Scotland Inthe Government faced a dilemma: how to exploit the potential of its new oil. The result of the UK referendum on European Union membership meant that as of June 23rd the United Kingdom would take steps to ensure a.

The Scottish referendum of was a post-legislative referendum to decide whether there was a sufficient support for a Scottish Assembly proposed in the Scotland Act among the Scottish electorate. This was an act to create a devolved deliberative assembly for Scotland.

An amendment to the Act stipulated that it would be repealed if less than 40% of the total electorate voted "Yes" in the Location: Scotland. One big change is the slump in the oil price, which has reduced tax revenues and widened Scotland’s deficit to an unhealthy £ billion ($22 billion) or % of GDP in   2 Delusions of oil grandeur The SNP’s main economic platform is that Scotland should own the revenue from North Sea oil and gas, making it a petro-dollar paradise equivalent to Norway.

A cancer patient who was given just months to live has made an incredible recovery, which she credits to using cannabis oil. Lynn Cameron, 48, from Blantyre, Scotland, was given six to. From a Scottish perspective, the talking up of the potential of North Sea oil might have seen a stronger Yes vote in the devolution referendum.

However, such an outcome would not necessarily have led to an increase in support for Scottish independence in the s. Even when nationalists seized the Stone of Destiny from Westminster Abbey insubsequently raising the profile of their agenda, the SNP could only poll % of the Scottish vote in the   Over half of Scottish voters could back independence if they got the chance to vote again.

Scottish National Party (SNP)'s Angus MacNeil MP Na h-Eileanan an Iar believes it's Boris Johnson's 'bad. Independence would help us stop burning ‘Scotland’s oil’ – Joyce McMillan Gaining independence from the UK would provide the best chance for Scotland to wean itself off its remaining.

General election: Is the UK using Scottish resources to balance its books. The SNP says the Treasury has pocketed £bn in tax revenues from the. Transitioning to a new Scottish state 1. The key tasks in achieving a smooth transition The Scottish government have pledged to voters that their top priority will be to achieve a smooth transition to independence by March What that means in concrete terms is summed up in Figure 1.

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At the election, the Conservatives won over 31% of the Scottish vote, an increase of almost a third on the previous election – when they had been led by the much less carnivorous Edward : Andy Beckett. Speaking to Adam Boulton, oil industry expert Sir Ian Wood warns Scots are being misled by inflated forecasts from the 'Yes' campaign.

SUBSCRIBE to our YouTu. Bottom line, Scottish voters weren’t willing to bet the farm, or their future, on foreign energy. At issue were the oil reserves left in the North Sea.