ONE of the UK’s most powerful business figures has warned that Scotland would have to increase taxes, slash spending or increase borrowing after independence, in a gloomy assessment of the country’s economic muscle.
Not only does this raise serious questions about whether she has the appropriate political nous to appear in a political broadcast but also about the devious mendacity of those responsible for producing the launch video.
“a respect for settled ways of life; a sense of local place and belonging; a desire for home and rootedness; the continuity of relationships at work and in one’s neighbourhood. England.." Jon Cruddas,the guy who guides Ed Miliband,thinks England can be defined these worldwide sentiments
The big improvement in the relationship after independence will be equality. The UK is not currently an equal union, like the federal systems that operate in Germany or Canada where no single part is allowed to dominate the others.
“This is a campaign that will make sure that the patriotism of the quiet majority to be heard alongside the voices of the committed view. We share a common platform on this single issue because, along with so many of our fellow Scots, we believe that a better future for ourselves and our children is as a partner in the United Kingdom."
In this three part series we explore the ideas of a group of 'new economists' who argue that alternative approaches to neo-classical thinking must be found if we are to emerge from the current financial dystopia.
He(Darling) neglects to observe – because it doesn't suit the No campaign – that no-one will be voting for Alex Salmond's party in 2014. Whatever the wording, that will not be part of the proposition before us. To pretend otherwise is akin to asking about the policies Scottish Labour would pursue in the event of independence.
If the Union has been such a blessing for Scotland, why do Unionists maintain that we are still too weak and witless to stand on our own two feet?
Disgraced former Royal Bank of Scotland chief Fred Goodwin will tell a court that he did not dupe the bank’s shareholders when he asked them for £12 billion of emergency funds just months before its near-collapse, writes IAN FRASER
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