I have just come back from Oban today, seen a few St Andrews stickers and posters on farm fencing, I live in Kelso, work in Gala, it's a mixed bag of opinion, but iit all counts on the day of voting! We celebrate ww1 this year let us not forget the sacrifice our young and brave gave so we could live as 1 and free.
100% that's pretty emphatic . I noticed a couple of the recent polls were conducted in the borders , both showed a no vote with women being most against . Maybe there's a north ,south bias . The further north the more likely to vote yes . Clan culture , the heuchter , teuchter , brigade . Hadn't thought about the duel currency issue , might not be as bad as you think , doesn't seem to bother the Irish . .....Hope your not out at a loss,ATB
I'm now out of RBS and also transferring out to another platform. Very disappointed there. I had written to RBS a year ago asking if that was their intention and also written in last few month. I could see from the state of their trading platform that things were not right which is why I had already started to move over to the new provider.
Supporting independence was tongue in cheek , I'm well aware how you would vote , lol....From what I can gather a yes vote is going to open up a geopolitical can of worms as far as the navy and it's international obligations are concerned . Britain has already backed out of it's NATO duties and currently the US is concerned about further cut backs in our defence spending to the point where it's putting the special relationship at risk ,allegedly . HMG has committed pretty much all of it's warship building to Scottish yards . If they were to maintain a policy of not building warships in foreign countries I'm not sure where they would build them now that they've closed Portsmouth , Devonport (Plymouth ) is repair and maintenance as are some of the others ,... Liverpool maybe . In short replicating the facilities in Scotland would take time and lots of money , lots of money . And then there's Trident . There's just nowhere in England that can take it , certainly not in the short term . Long term it will cost billions to provide a suitable base ,in the meantime it leaves Britain ,or the bit that's left , with no nuclear deterrent. Pretty much guaranteed that both Cameron and Obama will be a mite displeased about that . So to get back to your question , lol, about future investment in English based warship building and other heavy industry . ...If there should be a YES vote , absolutely , they're going to need investment and fairly massive investment , it in the near future.
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