No Camp Economics Scare Stories Debunked #1
- The Bank Bail Outs
No Camp Economics Debunked #2
- Know Who Subsidises Who?
No Camp Economics Debunked #3
– Pensions Secure and Guaranteed
No Camp Economics Debunked #4
- Currency rUK Needs Plan A
No Camp Economics Debunked #5
- The Costs of Independence
ConclusionThere are two sides to every argument and Business for Scotland has just tried to give you the facts as we find them and the arguments as we see them. If the No campaign had a positive vision for Scotland, or indeed if they could articulate solid benefit to Scotland for being in the Union that isn’t just as likely to be there after independence, they would not need to be so negative. Indeed if they could guarantee more powers rather than just hint at them they might be able to give a reason to vote No but they have left the Scottish people feeling patronised and marginalised by their relentless negativity and often ridiculous scare stories.
Business for Scotland has created a positive
Vision for Scotland that you can download here
– all we ask is that you compare and contrast.
About the AuthorGordon MacIntyre-Kemp is the Chief Executive of Business for Scotland. Before joining Business for Scotland he ran a small social media and sales & marketing consultancy and was the founding member of Business for Scotland. With a degree in business and economics, Gordon has worked as an economic development planning professional, and in marketing roles specialising in pricing modelling and promotional evaluation for global companies (including P&G). Gordon benefits (not suffers) from dyslexia, and is a proponent of the emerging new school of economic thinking. Gordon Blogs for Business for Scotland and The Huffington Post.