Indy debate Midlothian: bank crisis

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A lively public debate, held by the Advertiser at McSence’s conference suite recently, threw up many more unanswered questions.

To keep the debate going, we’ll post a new question on this website every day and open it up for discussion.

Here’s today’s question, from David Hood.

Mr Darling is supposed to have said that if Scotland was to gain independence it would be as bad as the bank crisis. It was on his watch the bank crisis happened. Why does he think that independence would be worse?

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