Scotland has voted to stay in the union, a 55% vote in favour. It was a close call and Westminster has been rattled. The ‘Yes’ campaign has played a vital role in throwing open questions about the support for our current constitutional settlement – questions that will not go away simply because of a narrow defeat for the “Yes” campaign. In fact, the questions are in many cases more urgent than they would have been, had Scotland simply been going its own way. [Read more]

http://wp.me/p4sUqu-EU – Michael’s Blog

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