Ladeside I have no problem with anyone voting No if that's what they want - but the Telegraph has already let the cat out of the bag: 62% of MPs will NOT support the extra powers pledge given by Cameron, Clegg and (bizarrely) Gordon Brown (who holds no office and who single handedly wrecked the British economy).
So that section of the No voting public who think they will be getting more powers (there are some that don't want any more devolution too though) have been seriously duped as Scotland will get nothing out of this and the feeling is already growing in England that Scotland must be "punished" for all this timewasting democracy nonsense after they vote No.
But at least that news is out now - English MPs will NOT support a devo max option. People who will vote after work later today will be able to make a more informed decision as this news spreads on social media.
Why does any of this political stuff matter for Lloyds? Because if there is a No vote and the TV screens are full of English MPs tomorrow morning saying that Scotland must not be rewarded with extra powers, not only will the Yes voters be disappointed a huge number of No voters will feel utterly betrayed and tricked... and then we will have years and years of this issue going round and round with the likelihood of a future SNP administration in Scotland either holding another referendum themselves or simply declaring unilateral independence. Uncertainty for the UK and companies like Lloyds.
They should have left the "No" option as it was at the start of the campaign - no as in nothing, no new powers, complete submission to Westminster, a country of people who don't believe in themselves. That at least is an honest "No".
Instead Brown has promised nothing short of Home Rule, with lashings of money on top. A lie, an offer impossible to deliver. He holds no office. Darling holds no office. Milliband will NEVER be Prime Minister. And we know Clegg's track record on solemn pledges.
These idiots have stoked up trouble for decades to come. There is no return to "normal" now - if we don't leave now it's going to be a car crash.
Us in the north of England are proud to be english and cant wait to have powers like scotland and wales by the way a lot of people up north dont consider ourselves as british what we say is (if your british your not english and if your english your not british.) Best of luck to Scotland and Alex salmond ill be glad to get away from this Brit Brit Brit. what people and especially the media think Everyone! sees them selves as british (oh he or she's a Brit) when this is clearly not the case. When people filled out there census form it clearly states you will be fined if you don't fill in form with collect data - the form gives you the option of stating your national identity. Whether it be english welsh Scottish or Irish so it would be nice if people and the media didn't presume every one is british or a Brit.
If "No" win it will have been achieved because of all the weak minded, gullible souls who are afraid of change and are unable to use their own brains to understand what is possible. Not to mention of course that the Daily Mail and David Beckham told them so................
"Salmond conning the many who have not the slightest clue or intelligence to comprehend what the consequences could be"
Yeah, like there hasn't been a debate here at all for the last two years. And anyone who votes differently from you is stupid. Right.
I hope if you do win, you at least smile. The people I've seen wearing "No" badges are the most miserable crowd I've ever seen in my life. It's says something when even Andy Murray labels you as negative.
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