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Bishop fears instability after Scots independence vote

 

The Isle of Man needs to prepared for the political shock waves which will be released if Scotland votes for independence next week, starting the break-up of the United Kingdom.

That warning from Bishop Robert Paterson who says the Island will feel the ripples if a Yes vote creates wobbles in Westminster. 

The bishop says the Island may be proud of its independence but current success relies on long-term stability in the UK.

Bishop Robert says any political re alignment resulting from the Scottish vote matters to us very much:  

 

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