David Speedie: Scottish Independence – A View From America

Jun 12, 2014

According to Scottish-born Carnegie Council Senior Fellow David Speedie, Scotland should vote for independence to escape the "disproportionate and destabilizing influence" of London on the UK’s economy and politics.The ScotsmanReprinted in The Drum

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