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Scottish independence referendum: why the economic issues are quite different to 2014

By Graeme Roy, Head of Economics and Director of the Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde
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Independence has returned to the top of the agenda in Scotland after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon signalled that her Scottish National Party (SNP) will hold a consultative second referendum after the May election if there is a pro-indepedence majority in the Scottish parliament – regardless of whether Westminster gives its approval.

This shift towards threatening unilateral action has coincided with the 20th opinion poll

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