After almost three years of scraping along the bottom, the United Kingdom seems to be seeing signs of a burgeoning economic recovery from the deep recession that followed the financial crisis in 2008-09. HARDtalk is in the Scottish capital Edinburgh to talk to Britain's former Chancellor Alistair Darling. His Labour Party was in charge when the crisis hit. Can he admit that the government's economic plans might be working? And can he stop Scotland voting to leave the United Kingdom next year, as he takes charge of the no to independence campaign?
|Interviewed Guest||Alistair Darling|