By Wings Over Scotland editor Rev. Stuart Campbell
FOR the last month or so, the Unionist parties have briefly enjoyed the opportunity to taunt the SNP in the Commons over Full Fiscal Autonomy, challenging the party to bring forward proposals and accusing it of being afraid of the policy it campaigned and won on in the election. The Nats called the bluff, and today got the unsurprising result.
The reason given by Secretary of State David Mundell - who declined to appear on today's edition of "Good Morning Scotland" to defend or explain the decision - was that FFA "would cost every family in Scotland PS5,000''.
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