First Minister must come clean on currency

Scottish Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary Danny Alexander MP today repeated his calls for the First Minister to come clean over his currency plan B after the Governor of the Bank of England said a currency union is incompatible with independence.
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First Minister must stop campaign of obfuscation

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has called on Alex Salmond to stop his campaign of obfuscation and be honest with people about the impact of his independence plans on the cost of living.

 

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10 good reasons to say no thanks to leaving the UK

Scottish Liberal Democrat MP Mike Crockart today launched a 10 day countdown to the referendum at his office in his Edinburgh constituency. 

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New economic warning a wake up call for Alex Salmond

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie MSP has said that a devastating critique from Nobel Prize winning economist, Paul Krugman, of the nationalists currency plans must serve as a wakeup call to Alex Salmond.

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UK dividend crucial for Scottish beef farmers

Former NFUS President George Lyon, Liberal Democrat Advocate General Lord Jim Wallace and MSP for Orkney Liam McArthur today said that Scotland's place in the UK helps ensure that Scottish farmers receive premium prices for their produce.

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Sir Menzies Campbell: we are safer together

Sir Menzies Campbell, a member of the Parliament Intelligence and Security Committee, writes on the weaknesses of the SNP's plans for new security services in the event of independence.

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Unstoppable momentum behind more powers plans

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has said that there is now unstoppable momentum behind plans to deliver more powers for the Scottish Parliament.
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Lib Dems back affordable homes Bill

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has welcomed as “a victory for fairness” today’s House of Commons vote in favour of a Liberal Democrat bill to expand exemptions to the spare room subsidy provisions included in the housing benefit bill.

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Pressure increases on First Minister to break cuts silence

Leading international bank Goldman Sachs has piled further pressure on Alex Salmond to break his silence over the public sector cuts which would be required to plug the £6bn hole in an independent Scotland's balance sheet.

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Walking away from debt would be a tax on business

Scottish Liberal Democrat Secretary of State Alistair Carmichael today warned that SNP plans to walk away from a fair share of the UK debt in the event of independence would effectively be a tax on Scottish businesses. 
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