It may not have come to your notice that Alex Salmond and Jim Sillars are united that ‘Sterlingization’ is not Scotland’s Plan B. If you rely for the BBC on news, politics and current affairs, then there is probably a lot you don’t know.
Alex Salmond and Jim Sillars are, nonetheless, not united on everything. So what? Both are playing a very important role in Scotland’s immanent self-determination. And both should resist any provocation to descend into public and acrimonious infighting: we are better than that. Both need to work as part of a team, each reaching the parts the other cannot reach. This could not be more important as Scotland’s day of destiny looms on the horizon.
Why is Alex Salmond right to dismiss ‘Sterlingization’ as Scotland’s Plan B? Why does…
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