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Democracy or economic dictatorship?

While it is of some academic interest to know that the first independence referendum “does not appear to have been a major driver of [economic] volatility“, and while it is always gratifying to see yet another piece of British nationalist … Continue reading

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The millstone

Correlation is not causation. Most of us, I expect, are well aware of this. And economic growth is neither the only nor, some would argue, the best measure of a nation’s health. But, when we are confronted by such a … Continue reading

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British is best?

As further evidence emerges of the criminal incompetence of the Tory government, what a disinterested observer would surely find most perplexing about the situation is the attitude of the unionist parties as typified by the call from British Labour in Scotland (BLiS) … Continue reading

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