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AJR baiting If scotland floats towards iceland will this be the end of ukip and bajr?
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at the least the terms should be translated into gaelic, probably make more sense then
Quote:i'm looking forward to the snp response to the campaign for independent shetland though i would prefer an independent Yorkshire!
basically they have all the ingredients for a civil war with the uk supplying arms to anybody and the French tending to stick their big noses in. It could be start of another Ukraine.

Quote:No - Scotland is voting on whether or not to cede from the UK, but the UK will continue to exist without Scotland (albeit greatly diminshed in my view) and all treaties etc to which the UK has signed up will still be valid.

and will all these treaties be valid to Scotland, if not-- then couldn't that be said to require all those treaties to be revisited by the remnants of the uk. There is some question that the scots don't want trident so that's kind like they don't want NATO and that's a big change to a treaty. These treaties are kinda not as valid as they once were.

What I don't understand is who has the authority to create a British referendum for a limited minority number of people residing in a limited part of the jurisdiction, has there been one before anywhere (Ireland). My current conspiracy theory is that the scots are being pushed out of the uk. What I recon is that there will be a load of forged yes ballot papers forged by people (tories) who want rid of the treaties (labour).
.....nature was dead and the past does not exist
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#12
If Scotland is not in the EU or EEA then it is quite likely that the sale of tools from Scotland to the rump of the UK will be subject to import duties......
With peace and consolation hath dismist, And calm of mind all passion spent...
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#13
...although on the up-side presumably the trowels start off as a handy rest-of-UK export? - have visions of boxes of WHS 4-inchers being smuggled in rowing boats at the dead of night by hooded figures...}Smile
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#14
VGC Wrote:Units will be able to operate cross-border as will researchers.

I think I'd be voting no if I operated a unit with offices on both sides of the border. Two 'Company Houses', two different tax rates, two currencies, sounds like a bit of a headache...
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Dinosaur Wrote:...although on the up-side presumably the trowels start off as a handy rest-of-UK export? - have visions of boxes of WHS 4-inchers being smuggled in rowing boats at the dead of night by hooded figures...}Smile


Actually they're made in Sheffield.

I'll be glad when the whole tedious issue is over and they've rebuilt Hadrian's wall.
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#16
Mike.T. Wrote:I'll be glad when the whole tedious issue is over and they've rebuilt Hadrian's wall.


Gonna p**s-off all those farmers and rich retirees whose cottages have been built out of it }Smile

...and it's going to be a b***er using the West Road in Newcastle!!! :0

...although on the up-side maybe EH will insist on total excavation within the footprint of the development? :face-approve:
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#17
'and will all these treaties be valid to Scotland?'

Marc - the answer to your question is NO - an independent Scottish Government would have to revisit all of these treaties and decide whether to sign up or not.

Beamo
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#18
So if there is an independent Scotland not in the EU would a Scot living in England need a Scottish Passport? Would someone born in England but living and working in Scotland need a work permit? One of the most ill thought out pieces of political band wagoning ever seen. Gods help the Scots if they vote for this just because like the rest of us they are pi.... off with our London centric Government.
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#19
I see that Salmond has order an enquiry into something that has turned out to be entirely true!

Heaven forbid that the Scottish public are allowed to make their decision on the future of their country armed with the knowledge of the knock-on impacts of either outcome!

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#20
What will be will be..

and in fact, teh WHS is not made in Sheffield, in fact, not even in BRitian er.. or Europe... er ...

I'll see you right Dino Wink just cede from the rest of the rump
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