Independence: hope must overcome fear

August 2014
Farmers Weekly;8/15/2014, Vol. 161 Issue 31, p80
Trade Publication
The author talks about his experienced as a livestock farmer who was interviewed about Scottish independence by the BBC for the "Today" programme. Topics covered include the potential effect of independence on his relationships with his friends in Great Britain, his relationship with a friend whom he asks for advice about life and his effort to produce something from the soil during his farming life.


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