We are asked by our boys in blue to highlight something that came up yesterday in Parliament.
Scottish labour leader surfaced yesterday at First Minister’s questions between phone calls to get more dodgy donations and answering questions for the various people who are trying to unfurl the truth about all previous dodgy donations to have a go at the government over police pensions, more specifically their shortfall. Unfortunately although Alex Salmond had a couple of little digs, the knock out punch was nowhere to be seen.
“It’s time the SNP came clean on the true scale of the problem facing local authorities and Scotland’s police forces.” screamed wee bendy Wendy over the chamber. Unfortunately, the SNP’s leader failed to deliver the true answer to Gordon Brown’s #1 Ambassador to Scotland.
Salmond had the perfect opportunity to deliver the figures from 1999 to 2007 when Wendy’s buddies were in power and the shortfall in police pensions has raised year over year. Talk about missed opportunity! We at EdSucks would love to give you the figures but we don’t have thousands of civil servants to do our research. However, we are assured by our blue informers that that the info is true.
It is a bit of a cheek for the Labour leader to highlight what is expected to be a Â£50 million shortfall by next year to a government who have only been in power for a few months and that shortfall has risen up all through the labour tenure.