This is a must-read article from the FT. Check it out!
This is my fourth blog, passionately arguing for Scotland to stay in the UK. This is in the interest of Scotland and the UK.
In case you missed the earlier blogs, here are the links (latest first):
- Tricky questions for Scots lucky enough to have a vote
- If Scotland votes for independence: the key questions answered
- The true size of Scotland’s disaster
As I predicted in my first blog, there will be an enormous crisis of confidence as investors, speculators and employers in Scotland work through the risks.
Sadly, I predict fear will escalate and lead to widespread panic.
Part of the problem, of course, is that politicians on both sides of the argument are not being honest about the future strategy for Scotland and the related risks.