Scottish taxpayers will have to pay out £1.6bn a year to fund initiatives set out in the white paper on the country's independence which have not yet been allocated cash, according to Treasury figures.
In its analysis of the independence plans, the Treasury has highlighted at least three of the paper's proposed policy commitments, including cutting corporation tax by three percentage points, have not...
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