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Michelle Mone vows to quit Scotland if the country votes ‘Yes’ to independence

 

Self-styled “Bra Queen” Michelle Mone OBE took to Twitter following Monday night’s debate between Alistair Darling and Alex Salmond about Scottish independence. She vowed to take her business to London in the event of a ‘Yes’ vote in next month’s referendum and in warning of the dangers of such a decision, she is right.

 

Business tycoon Michelle Mone OBE is a wise woman in stating the dangers of Scottish independence
Business tycoon Michelle Mone OBE is a wise woman in stating the dangers of Scottish independence

 

Mone – the co-owner of MJM International and the creator of the lingerie brand Ultimo – showed how wise she is in commenting:

 

“Can’t believe the amount of hatred this vote is causing. It’s extremely sad and will no doubt cause damage either way to the country I love”.

 

“We are stronger as a nation together. We don’t own the £1, oil, etc. Deficit is too high, bad for biz [sic], jobs”.

 

The Scottish independence campaign has been largely funded by a pair of EuroMillions winners. Mone is right to point out the folly of their next gamble.

 

 

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    5 COMMENTS

    1. Michelle is right she is a successful business woman, employing a lot of people.
      What business is mr Salmon in, did he ever employ a lot or start his own successful business outside politics.
      Where he is paid by the state through tax papers money.ours……

    2. Michelle won’t have a business, trends are changing, the younger generations don’t bother wearing knickers and braziers anymore. Mr Salmon is a devil in skirt, he will always have a market.

    3. Please vote NO.
      Those interested in geography, will be aware that several
      countries that were once part of Yugoslavia, now describe themselves as, for example Macedonia and FYR denoting Former Yugoslav Republic .
      So, if Scotland gains its independence after the forthcoming referendum, the remainder of the United Kingdom will be known as the “Former United Kingdom ” or FUK.

      In a bid to discourage Scots from voting ‘yes’ in the referendum, the Government should now begin to campaign with the slogan “Vote NO, for FUK’s sake”.

      For FUK’s sake cross your fingers.

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