ref date:11 May 2001 (ECON)
Lights, camera NO ACTION
In 1996 Glasgow city council and the-then Glasgow Development Agency established the Glasgow Film Office amid tremendous optimism. It brought money and
camera crews from the world over to produce in Scotlands largest city:
In 1997-98, the city played host to 12 feature films, 10 TV productions, and 23 short films.
Now since the advent of Scotlands Labour led 'executive' who are meant
to HELP Scottish interests, there is no cash and now no cameras!
Like everything else in Scotland its being left to decay as Westminster helps
its sagging Labour vote in the North of England instead.
Still, the average Glaswegian sheep voter will STILL vote for a London based
pro -UK party, so they deserve what they get, nothing.