terça-feira, 9 de setembro de 2014

London promises to give more autonomy to Scotland face the possible victory of the independence

The possibility of victory of the Yes to independence of Scotland makes financial markets shudder and the British Government, the ten days of the popular consultation.

A poll revealed yesterday, gave 51 percent of voting intentions to the pro-independence camp, with only 2% of the supporters of not (49 percent). London promised today to give more autonomy to the territory, an argument reflected by the adversary:

"If the Scots want more powers to protect public services, create jobs or prevent conservative governments where no one voted, the only way possible is to vote Yes," said Nicola Sturgeon, Deputy First Minister Scotland.

British Finance Minister George Osborne pledged today to give more fiscal and financial autonomy to the Scots to prevent a possible vourself of the United Kingdom, at a time when even Queen Elizabeth II is monitoring the situation closely.

The leader of the No campaign, Alistair Darling, has chosen today by a more threatening tone:

"There will be no possibility of turning back, the decision will be forever. I am confident that we will win, as people realise what's at stake in the next ten days, "said Darling.

The victory of the Yes to independence of Scotland, less than eight months away from the next serious laws, could shake the Government of David Cameron, who has already rejected the possibility of resigning if the skirt Not defeated. Labour would also weakened by losing the 40 Scottish members of the formation in Parliament.

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