Tag Archives: currency

It’d mak ye weep!

Here we go again! More of this facile nonsense that assumes there is one single currency ‘solution’ which serves perfectly in all circumstances and for all time. And that the currency used is more important than the ability to decide … Continue reading

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Seen it all before

I take you back to 13 February 2014. That was the day British Tory Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, ventured north from his London fastness to tell those uppity Jocks that if they dared to vote Yes in the … Continue reading

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The irrelevance of Murdo Fraser

I don’t think there’s much that might be added to Dr Craig Dalzell’s characteristically acute comments on the newly released documents which put some detail on Scotland’s post-independence currency options. The Scottish Government’s position on currency was always the most … Continue reading

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A failure to learn

Some would say it hardly matters now, but I still get annoyed by the intellectually vapid assertion that the Scottish Government’s position on currency during the first independence referendum campaign was “a flaw in the Yes argument“. It wasn’t. The … Continue reading

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