Should the United Kingdom be an independent country? (from the EU)

EU flagWhile the exact wording of the ‘Br-eferendum’ poll on UK independence from, or continuing membership of, the EU is still to be formally announced by the British government, here is your chance to have your say – today.

While – like Scotland’s Independence referendum – companies cannot vote, businesses can, however, express a view.

So what’s your view?

This is the question asked in the Scottish Independence referendum was this:

Should Scotland be an independent country?

So the question we’re asking is:

Should the United Kingdom be an independent country? YES / NO

There may be many reasons why you will, or would, vote for YES. Or NO. But you can’t put them down on the ballot paper. And while this is not a scientific study, your answers could give a useful picture. 

To cast your ‘vote’, cut and paste this item into your email outbox and send to:

EDITOR@ScottishEnergyNews.com

Or vote on Twitter @ScotEnergyNews

See also:

http://www.scotlandsrenewablefuture.co.uk/

and

http://www.scottishenergynews.com/platform/british-exit-from-eu-would-be-bad-for-uk-renewable-energy-business/

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