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Perhaps you can tell us something positive that would come out of a no vote Graeme? No one else has been able to.
The 'Scottish Government may envisage all that, but will the EU and Westminster 'envisage' it. I doubt it.
Our equivalent of hmrc:
Where will it be based.
Who will run it
How will taxes be collected
When will it be incorporaded into Scots Law
What are the projections going forward five years.
[edited by: lawman at 10:13 pm (utc) on Feb 27, 2014]
Since 2007, the current Scottish Government has strongly promoted the country abroad - exports of Scottish produce (not just whisky) are rapidly rising and in high demand. Within a British context, Scotland has not been readily recognised as a national partner or promoted as one, and indeed the separate promotion of Scotland in the UK's global engagements was arguably more visible in 1900 than it is today. Constitutional responses have often come too little and too late - there is a nation north of the border, and the fact there is a risk it might become a state after 2014 is a situation which is as much a product of British omission as Scottish action.
We don't want to use the Euro
The bank of England doesn't want us to retain the Pound.