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With three weeks to go until the Scottish referendum, senior executives from some of Scotland’s largest and most high profile companies have warned against a ‘yes’ vote, citing continuing concerns over uncertainties relating to regulation and tax amongst other issues say Harris & Co accountants Northampton  

 
In a letter published in The Scotsman, 130 executives from a variety of businesses including banking, pensions providers, mining, engineering, food, whisky and technology, state: ‘As job creators, we have looked carefully at the arguments made by both sides of the debate. Our conclusion is that the business case for independence has not been made.’

 
The letter goes on to say:

 
‘Uncertainty surrounds a number of vital issues including currency, regulation, tax, pensions, EU membership and support for our exports around the world; and uncertainty is bad for business.’

 

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