Figures produced by the respected Oxford Economics consultancy show that the idea of Scotland being over-subsidised by the UK is just another unionist (and English nationalist) myths. In fact the part of the UK with the most public spending (Northern Ireland apart) is the apex of power: London. Hell no! What a suprise!
In terms of public spending the parts of the UK which do least well are the English regions outside London and Cornwall. None of these figures are really that surprising; we should know that the UK, given its state, politics and culture, has never really worked well for the majority of working people.
The Killing of Cornwall by Kevin Cahill