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January 27, 2014 6:00 pm
After 307 years as part of Great Britain, Scotland will soon decide whether it is time to once again go it alone.
On September 18 2014, the country will go to the polls. What will be the impact on finance, business and the economy if the Scots vote yes?
These and other questions were answered by the FT’s Mure Dickie and John McDermott.
Mure Dickie is the FT’s Scotland correspondent. He is based in Edinburgh.
John McDermott is an FT commentator on public policy, politics and culture.
Claer Barrett, the FT’s deputy UK news editor, will be moderating the discussion.
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