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Where are the Reasons?
on 26 May 2014
I was looking forward to reading this book from two well known and informed commentators. It starts with the Yes arguement from Mr Kerevan and is well written and puts that side of the question well. So far so good. Then in the second part, Mr Cochrane simply repeats all the usual stuff we've heard already with the usual lack of balance or indeed any sign of good reasons for the "No" campaign other than "Better Together" which leaves me in the dark as to why this is so. Seems the "No" campaign is the same old same old "Vote No and things will get better tomorrow", but as we all know, tomorrow never comes.
Overall, it's just an OK read.