James Miller


Friday, October 12, 2007

Kelvin McKensie


Four cheers for Kelvin.

Here in East Anglia, we have about the same GDP as Scotland, but only 38 percent of this is direct Government funding as opposed to 56 percent in Scotland. We export more and are much profitable. We are also producing new entrepreneurial companies at a phenomenal rate.

But we have underdeveloped roads and railways, and a lot of infrastructure is just missing. Take Great Yarmouth, which is an unemployment blackspot because it’s not connected by a decent road or railway to the rest of the country.


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