"In 1707 Scotland's economy was annually growing by 2.4% whilst Switzerland was a few valleys connected by some tasty cheese.
Look at Switzerland today, I think Scotland would have been OK.
You are referring to the bankrupt Scottish Lairds who were bribed into signing the act of union".
Again you have refused to refute this point, a country with an economy growing by 2.5% cannot be broken.
Today growth of 0.6% is celebrated by the UK and it's ilk.
At any rate you've lost this debate, I declare my self the victor.
"In Scotland, Sturgeon’s opposition is Jim Murphy – a guy with the air of a harassed PE teacher. A man so far out of his depth he should be turning up for work on an inflatable banana. "
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