- Jan 19, 2009
You do have a point there. I think NI might be in a similar place with their unionists in the future.I’m a bit worried about the situation to be honest. I reckon Scotland is on the brink of some serious troubles. The country is split and the unionists will not take it lying down if a Yes vote goes through.
Well lucky you.Most SAA African flights arrive in the same time window, late afternoon until about 7pm.
Most foreign african airlines arrive from about 11am - 2pm
Most European flights arrive early in the morning until about 10am.
Have been at the airport numerous times during these periods. The only issue I have had is when there is a shift change, I know one happens at about 6am in the morning. That's the only time I have experienced a delay. And it wasn't long.
I don’t get this argument. I don’t know why Scotland would fail as a country when any other country in Europe or beyond can somehow manage to stay afloat. Do Ireland or Finland have oil? How do these countries manage to survive without it? What does Denmark have that Scotland doesn’t?I actually wonder how another independence referendum will go down 6 years later. How confident are they that everyone who voted No last time won't do so again?
Also, if they do somehow pull it off and gain independence, what exactly would they be able to offer the EU as a new member state? Their oil? It's not exactly rolling in money otherwise on its own compared to its worth in the UK. And it's deficit is currently 7x higher than the UK's. If they leave the UK, but their application to join the EU is rejected, they're well and truly farked.
You should not be worried at all, Scotland always make sure their bread is buttered, be it UK or EU.I’m a bit worried about the situation to be honest. I reckon Scotland is on the brink of some serious troubles. The country is split and the unionists will not take it lying down if a Yes vote goes through.
Born in Glasgow, raised on the edge of Edinburgh. Family now mainly in the Borders.You should not be worried at all, Scotland always make sure their bread is buttered, be it UK or EU.
I see you you might be out of here (SA) in the next couple of years, just make sure it’s Glasgow or Edinburgh.
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