Deutsche Bank Says Scottish Independence Could Be The Worst Economic Decision Since The Great Depression
After two massive banks said they would leave Scotland if it voted for independence, economists from two other financial institutions said the economic consequences of independence could be calamitous.
With this level of boycotting it might might be hard to buy groceries, go to the bank or enjoy a tea cake.
"He said, 'If Scotland goes independent, I'm blaming you and I'm leaving this country and it's your fault.'"
The Labour leader's walk through central Edinburgh was brief, but at least he bothered.
Many people think English residents of Scotland will automatically vote to remain part of the union. But that's always not the case.
All in a day's work for one supporter of Scottish independence.
All of these things will definitely happen.
RBS warned that it will move its headquarters from Edinburgh to London in the event of a Yes vote in the Scottish referendum. Some customers aren't happy.
"You have to fight for every vote," a Labour spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. "It's all to play for."
The prime minister accepts his unpopularity in Scotland, but says he'll do almost anything to keep the country in the UK.
All three party leaders agreed to abandon Prime Minister's Questions to head north of the border.
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Trust in British institutions hits a new low, even if there's little evidence to support some of the claims.
The prime minister also declared "emphatically" that he would not resign if Scotland voted for independence.
As the Scottish referendum campaign enters its final weeks, some quarters of the pro-independence camp believe a massive amount of oil has been discovered off Shetland and that the media are keeping it quiet. What's really happening?
With just weeks to go until the referendum, Yes Scotland explains how it's going to fight the final weeks of the campaign.
The #YesBecause hashtag is trending across the UK. Here's why people are backing Scottish independence.