February 8, 2014

Scottish Independence Would Be a Blow to UK

J. Freedland, The Guardian

The Associated Press

If I were a Scot, I might well be leaning that way myself. But since I'm not, I can only plead with them to stay. I can see what they might gain by leaving. But it will be our loss.

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