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27 Nov 2014 By George Hay

A state-appointed British commission says income tax-raising should be devolved to Edinburgh, along with some powers to borrow. That raises the tricky question of whether London will underwrite Scottish debt. If so, there’s moral hazard; if not, it pushes Scots towards secession.   

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