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Scottish independence: Rivals set out economic arguments

Competing claims about the costs and benefits of Scottish independence have been set out, months before voters go to the polls.

The Scottish government said everyone in Scotland would be £1,000 better off a year, in the event of a "Yes" vote in September's independence referendum.

But UK ministers said people would benefit from staying in the Union by £1,400 per person, per year.

Allan Little reports.

  • 28 May 2014
  • From the section UK
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