The return of an 8% always brings me sunshine.
Not long after we read of how compliant we can be in a good cause, such as the Environment:
we read, in Insider, today:
‘Scotland has Britain’s best compliance record with current data protection laws, with just 1.9 per cent of a total £4.2m in fines being issued north of the Border.’
That was just one out of 91 cases across the UK. As always, some wee downside can be found but that’s not my job here. Read the full thing, if you like, or move on the next good news story.
Some earlier 8% stories were:
BBC Scotland lie and distort to try again to spread violent crime crisis into Scotland despite it having only 3.5% of the gangs for 8% of the population, falling levels of violent crime and because of falling levels of fear of crime?
With only 8% of the population, Scotland’s maritime sector accounts for 25% of the UK maritime sector’s (GVA) contribution to the economy and is 17.5% more productive than the UK marine oil and gas sector. Once more, too wee, too poor?
We are the one in twelve! Sing to the tune of UB40’s ‘One in ten’?