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I salute the wisdom of young Scots on independence (they’re voting No, by the way)

Plus: A report to make George Osborne even more smug, and a transport project worthy of a William McGonagall ode

7 June 2014

9:00 AM

7 June 2014

9:00 AM

It’s a constant theme of this column that today’s young need to stop whingeing about their prospects and get on with making their own future. But a quick north-of-the-border tour as official campaigning kicks off for the Scottish referendum persuades me that the pessimism of the generation about to enter the world of work is for once well justified — and may play a key role in averting the potential economic disaster of independence.

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