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Against Scottish Independence: Arguments And Reasons For A No Vote - Huffington Post UK

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Against Scottish Independence: Arguments And Reasons For A No Vote
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Against Scottish Independence: Arguments And Reasons For A No Vote. The Huffington Post UK | Posted: 04/03/2014 14:48 GMT | Updated: 04/03/2014 14:59 GMT.
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Scottish independence: opportunities for the legal profession

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Much of the referendum debate is centred on the supposed threats to Scottish business presented by a ‘Yes’ vote. We hear a droning mantra of ‘risk’ and ‘uncertainty’ from the ‘No’ campaign. It can be argued with considerable force that the risks of remaining part of the UK are far

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Currency union 'better for UK'

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A currency union would benefit the remainder of the UK more than an independent Scotland, according to a veteran economist.

 

Professor Simpson's written evidence to Holyrood's Economy Committee is backed by Edinburgh University politics professor Charlie Jeffery, who said a currency union is "perfectly feasible".

 

Institute of Fiscal Studies director Paul Johnson will also tomorrow outline the institute's latest economic forecast, which offers "good news" for an independent Scotland provided it continues with the UK Chancellor's spending squeeze.

 


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ESRC's curator insight, March 5, 2014 5:33 AM

Professor Charlie Jeffrey is Research Co-ordinator of the ESRC's Future of the UK and Scotland programme.

The Institute of Fiscal Studies is supported by the ESRC. 

Centre on Constitutional Change's curator insight, March 5, 2014 10:00 AM

Professor Charlie Jeffrey is Research Co-ordinator of the ESRC's Future of the UK and Scotland programme.

The Institute of Fiscal Studies is supported by the ESRC.