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What Scotland can learn from Irish independence: it won't control interest rates and inequality will widen

By Eoin McLaughlin, Senior Lecturer in Economics, University College Cork
Seán Kenny, Post-Doctoral Researcher in Economics, University College Cork
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The UK local elections in May saw gains for nationalists in Scotland and Northern Ireland, raising the prospect of increased debates over the future make-up of the country. In Scotland, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, is hoping to hold a second independence referendum in 2023.

The economic context may have deteriorated since 2014 due to Brexit and COVID,…The Conversation

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