In Insider yesterday:
Scottish building firms had a strong start to the year because they are not over-dependent on overseas workers, says an industry body. A study for the Federation of Master Builders found construction SMEs with more work was up a net 10% on the previous quarter in Scotland. That compared with a dip of 29% UK wide, the first fall in six years.’
This is an astonishing divergence, suggesting once more, objective evidence of a thriving and well-managed economy, well-placed for independence within the EU.
Earlier reports of the same trend: