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Sunday, 18 August 2013

15 key questions on independence answered by Alex Salmond – First Minister. Sound clips.

Q1 What's wrong with Scotland remaining in UK? Q2 Polls show a majority for NO and YES vote relatively static - implications? Q3 Will rUK allow Scotland to keep 95% plus of oil revenues? Q4 If Scotland stays in EU after independence, does that mean it is really independent? Q5 What currency and lender of last resort - assets and liabilities? Q6 Could Edinburgh rival London as a financial sector in independendent Scotland? Q7 How much will it cost Scotland and a Scot to be independent? Q8 Why go for independence - why not more devolution - devo max? Q9 Free tuition - can this be maintained after independence? Q10 What about UK's threat to declare Faslane sovereign UK territory to protect their WMDs? Q11 What are you going to do with Trident nuclear weapons and subs after independence? Q12 What about nuclear proliferation and rogue states - say, Iran or North Korea? Q13 Won't Scotland, as a small country compared to UK lose influence and power - clout - after independence? Q14 What do you think of BBC coverage of the referendum - will it be fair and effective? Q15 What wil you do if there's a No vote, FM - Will you resign?

6 comments:

  1. Thank you, Peter. Calm and measured response to every question. If only the MSM would do us the respect of managing a rational discussion about these and other critical issues.

    Cheers

    Tony

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    1. My feelings too, Tony.

      A load a repetitive nonsense being talked by media and individuals about lack of facts, lack of clarity. There are more facts and greater clarity than there's ever been in any UK general election.

      regards,

      Peter

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  2. Thanks for this.

    Salmond is a statesman with both integrity and purpose.

    Instead of recognising these qualities whether or not they share Salmond's beliefs and commitments, they choose to toxify the waters with vacuous innuendo.

    Ya-boo politics is a poor substitute for reasoned debate.

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