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Aug 25 2016

Monsters in the Mist: The Elusive Quest for Financial Security in Scotland post-Brexit

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By Faye Donnelly and William Vlcek   It is easy to become disillusioned, confused and even fanciful when trying to envision Scotland’s financial security in the aftermath of the Brexit vote. With a leap of imagination it is possible to … Continue reading

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Mar 9 2015

Would the United Kingdom survive an exit from the EU?

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By Sionaidh Douglas-Scott   In September 2014, the UK survived one of the most serious threats to its constitutional existence – the very closely run Scottish referendum on independence. That this was indeed perceived as a huge risk to the … Continue reading

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Sep 29 2014

The Scottish referendum is still a victory for Scotland

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By Matthew Whiting The Scottish referendum result strengthened Scottish nationalism and weakened Scotland’s position within the Union. That feels more like a victory than a defeat for Scottish independence. Although David Cameron, and an apparently purring Queen, felt intense relief … Continue reading

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