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TV debate

August 25, 2014

Alistair Darling says the country doesnt have to choose between health and defence, when asked about £80bn budget for Trident renewal.

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TV debate

August 25, 2014

Groans from some audience members as Alistair Darling starts cross-examination on currency issue. Alex Salmond brands him “one trick pony”.

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TV debate

August 25, 2014

On welfare, Alex Salmond says benefits cuts for disabled people ann indictment of Westminster rule. Alistair Darling says he is opposed to bedroom tax.

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TV debate

August 25, 2014

Audience member launches angry attack on Alistair Darling over NHS, accusing Labour of starting privatisation process.

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TV debate

August 25, 2014

The future of the NHS is next up. Alistair Darling accuses SNP of “scare campaign” on privatisation of health, but provokes laughter from audience.

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TV debate

August 25, 2014

Alex Salmond says he has “three plan Bs for the price of one” on currency. Alistair Darling says a currency union is not best option for Scotland.

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TV debate

August 25, 2014

The two referendum campaign leaders clash on North Sea oil and gas revenues – an issue that has dominated the debate since Energy Voice’s interview with Sir Ian Wood last week.

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TV debate

August 25, 2014

Alistair Darling quickly tries to focus on the currency issue, saying the pound is the “bedrock” of the economy. Alex Salmond says he is seeking a mandate to keep sterling.

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TV debate

August 25, 2014

Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling start second televised leaders debate in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow.

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Angus Robertson on defence following Scottish independence

August 25, 2014

SNP defence spokesman Angus Robertson talks about his vision for defence in an independent Scotland. Independence offers a historic opportunity for improving conventional defence in Scotland and removing Trident – and we get that opportunity next month.

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Time outside of EU could have disastrous consequences for farmers

August 25, 2014

Any period outside the European Union could have disastrous consequences for Scottish farming which relies heavily on income subsidies to stay afloat. The picture for fishing is far from clear, however, with the potential of being placed at the bottom of the pile in any membership negotiations. Tim Pauling reports

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David Glen talks about taxation in a independent Scotland

August 25, 2014

David Glen, head of tax at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Scotland, analyses the effects independence will have on Scottish taxes. While it is obvious that a Yes vote will result in substantial change to the tax system, as Scotland begins to develop its own independent tax regime, perhaps what is less clear is that a No vote is also likely to result in significant change.

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