I’m still erring on the side of a yes vote. I fully expect ‘no’ to win by a comfortable but not huge margin, but I do still think that Scots should regard ‘yes’ as the smarter vote.
This is a letter the no campaign have been sending:
This appears quite baffling because most of the points raised are legitimate criticisms of the UK and therefore legitimate reasons to leave. For example, Alex Salmond is going to accelerate rent increases even faster than the rest of the UK? really? because that would be quite an achievement. Also it’s very surreal to complain Salmond is going to devalue your pensions, and then have your letter signed by one of the very few people who can claim to have personally and directly devalued UK pensions, Gordon Brown.