Business for Scotland looks at pensions , currency and cost of Independence

By Russell Bruce

Real information and answers on people’s key questions from economist and Business for Scotland CEO, Gordon Macintyre-Kemp. Watch these three short videos and make up your own mind.

Over the last few months I have met many business people who have recently become convinced that Scotland’s future is as an independent country. Others are long time supporters of independence. What brings so many together to advocate a Yes vote, is not confined to an environment in which their business can flourish. They have a deep rooted understanding that a socially just society that invests in health and education with a goal of full employment will be a prosperous society. Austerity is harmful to individuals, society and business.

People in Scotland have a chance  on 18th September to create a prosperous and more equal society. Rejecting that opportunity may turn out to be an action of self harm.


About russellbruce

Writer, journalist and blogger. Worked in advertising and publishing. Former board member Loch Lomond National Park Authority, Chair of Borders Writers' Forum
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