I am in the UK at the moment. Being as objective as I can be I think the English are in a state of disbelief with regard to what is happening. One interesting comment I heard yesterday was... If 50 percent of them really want to leave we don't want them anyway. Both Westminster and the yes camp will use fair means and foul to further their arguments. Early Sunday morning BBC website carried a story with a headline... Yes vote takes the lead. By 9am exactly the same strory but headline had changed to, neck to neck yes and no campaigns. Spink doctors are busy at work!
If the election ,was as close as we are being led to believe, how come paddy power has "no independence " as the clear favourite. Yet again our government leads a campaign, of making the true outcome, seem like the under dog before a change of opinion near the end to ensure they get their agenda across the line.
..rbs has a chat site similar to this one with some thoughts about the vote..a lot of water still flowing under the bridge before any dramatic changes, but one interesting comment was Labour Party would loose 41 seats if Scotland votes yes and the Tories would have an advantage; also valuation for rbs would not change if any, rbs has a valuation of 3x - 4x times that of boi or aib..; uk would loose considerable land mass ; say 32% according to some comments..
Would be illogical for Scots to go European after demonstrating reluctance to be bound by legislation from London - much of which is influenced by European 'rights' experts. Suspect the current sweetener from the 'no' lobby, of more power for Scotland, may tip the vote to No. Lighthearted: there may be merit in a Radar Scotland/Ireland federation. A great mix of trade possibilities. Could be joined later by Channel Islands, Wales, Isle of Man. Privy Council could be retained as final appeal court and unit of currency could be called a Purge.
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