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Scottish Independence: Salmond claims Scotland would be 'wealthiest country in the world' to become independent

Scottish Independence: Salmond claims Scotland would be 'wealthiest country in the world' to become independent | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

Alex Salmond has claimed Scotland would be the wealthiest country in the world ever to declare independence if the country votes ‘yes’ in September’s referendum.

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Cites findings from the latest Future of England Survey 2014 (FoES), the authoritative survey of English opinion on constitutional issues undertaken by researchers at Cardiff University and the ESRC Scottish Centre on Constitutional Change, based at the University of Edinburgh.


Article originally published 21 August 2014

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How Scottish Independence Relates to Larger Tax Fights

How Scottish Independence Relates to Larger Tax Fights | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

A debate over what currency an independent Scotland would use is part of a larger question over the advantages of large countries versus small ones.

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Cites findings from the latest Future of England Survey 2014 (FoES), the authoritative survey of English opinion on constitutional issues undertaken by researchers at Cardiff University and the ESRC Scottish Centre on Constitutional Change, based at the University of Edinburgh.


Article originally published 21 August 2014

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English resentment increases over Scots ‘freebies’

English resentment increases over Scots ‘freebies’ | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

Demands for an English parliament are growing amid widespread resentment south of the Border over Scottish-only “freebies” such as prescription charges, Ukip has warned.

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Cites findings from the latest Future of England Survey 2014 (FoES), the authoritative survey of English opinion on constitutional issues undertaken by researchers at Cardiff University and the ESRC Scottish Centre on Constitutional Change, based at the University of Edinburgh.


Article originally published 22 August 2014

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