Here’s the detail:
‘In the four weeks to 23 July 2017, 93.7 per cent of trains ran within the public performance measure (PPM). This compares to 91.1 per cent for the same period last year. Recent performance means the ScotRail Alliance’s moving annual average (MAA) – the annual performance standard – is now at 90.7 per cent. This performance is:
- Ahead of the improvement plan target of 90.5 per cent.
- 0.7 per cent higher than this time last year.
- 1.1 per cent higher than when the performance improvement plan was first introduced.
- Ahead of the annual performance standard of 87.9 per cent in England and Wales.’
It’s right across the board, in our NHS, our significantly lower unemployment figures, our higher level of policing, our good relations between police and minority groups, our building of affordable housing at twice the English level, our economic growth at 8 times the UK level, our booming renewable energy supply stimulated by Scottish Government grants and our progressive social policies – no tuition fees, free prescriptions, free care for the elderly, compensation for the bedroom tax. The SNP government have made this a better place to live in than Theresa May’s brutal Austerityland.