"Under a Labour Government, in which he was either Chancellor or Prime Minister, inequality on these islands grew. Not just between those at the top and the bottom, but across the social classes and throughout the nation states and regions. In case, he had forgotten."
"Like so many in the No camp, it is the politics, rather than the economic or social arguments, which bind Gordon Brown to the Union. The politics comes first and arguments are woven to fit. So much of their time and energy is spent looking back, making the case for the future on a revised working of the past."