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A year in the life of…..the Scottish independence referendum

Saltire - St Andrews Flag - Scotland - Some rights reserved by byronv2I thought it might be a bit amusing to trawl through the Lib Dem Voice archives and have a look at how certain stories have developed during 2012.

This time last year, it looked like it was all going wrong for the Scotland Bill that Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore was piloting through Parliament. On top of that, confusion reigned over the forthcoming referendum on independence with the Scottish and Westminster Governments seemingly on a collision …

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  • User AvatarPhilip Thomas 1st Mar - 10:43am
    @Simon Shaw If the current model is a Labour one, what about the model being put forward by Ed Miliband? Which party supports that model?
  • User AvatarAlan Henness 1st Mar - 10:42am
    Fortunately, it looks like the unnecessary and dangerous Bill is dead: Lib Dems veto Saatchi's medical innovation bill: http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/mar/01/lib-dems-veto-saatchis-medical-innovation-bill
  • User Avatarexpats 1st Mar - 10:34am
    Simon Shaw 1st Mar '15 - 10:20am .....@expats “On Tuition fees I’m now told that the Tory model was the right one” Who told you...
  • User AvatarPhilip Thomas 1st Mar - 10:30am
    @expats Please don't waste your vote. No matter whom you vote for, make sure you vote. Supporting the status quo on tuition fees (even a...
  • User AvatarPhilip Thomas 1st Mar - 10:23am
    @Simon Shaw The difference between taxes payable above a certain level of income and debt repayable above a certain level of income is that the...
  • User AvatarJohnTilley 1st Mar - 10:23am
    Good article, George, You are wise to pin-point this feature of the Coalition's Devolution by Press Release -- "....A further, more worrying lesson, is that...
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