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Will the next person in charge of Scotland be able to make a difference?

  • Yes I think so.

    I would like to think that the next person in charge of Scotland will be able to make a difference. It will be a pleasant change if someone can make a real difference in their country and the world. I would hope to see more leaders making bigger and bitter differences.

  • It's possible to make a difference if the people of Scotland are open to change.

    Like much of the world, Scotland is facing some very difficult social and economic challenges right now. It is very difficult, even for good leaders, to turn around economies and create jobs. Not to mention, there are additional challenges in nations that national sentiments toward neighboring countries that are literally rooted in centuries. If the people of Scotland are open to change, however, it is possible for the next in charge of Scotland to make a difference.

  • The next person in charge of Scotland will be able to make a difference.

    The next person in charge of Scotland will be able to make a difference. This depends on who is put to be in charge. If it is someone that can lead and take charge then they can make a positive impact on all the decisions made in Scotland and make a difference in their future.

  • Yes, if they make good decisions.

    Yes, the next person in charge of Scotland will be able to make a difference, if they are a wise leader and they make good choices. A leader of a country can have a tremendous impact on the well being of that country, but the leaders need to be sure to make good choices. It is up to them to lead with dignity and self-control.

  • There's no will for change.

    Why would we expect the next person in charge of Scotland to be able to make any sort of difference? That's not the name of the game here. You simply get in charge by making some vague promises and nationalistic noises, then it's business as usual until you get shown the door.


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