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Collapse in oil revenue is main change since 2014 not Brexit


The recent demand for another referendum is based on a serious misrepresentation of the previous vote.

In 2014 we voted to stay in the UK, not because of Europe but because it has been our country for the last 300 years, our main market and source of support for higher levels of public spending when our revenues fall.

The main change since 2014 is not brexit but the total collapse of the oil revenues which Mr Salmond promised would be worth nearly £10 billion.

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