May 6, 2014

UK Needs to Prepare for Scottish Independence

B. Brogan, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

You would think that the prospect of a Yes vote on September 18, however remote, would have the best brains of the UK government preparing themselves for what by any measure would be a Big Moment.

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