Much has been written about what Scotland's share of the oil etc would be in we became independent, but what about our share of BRITAIN'S ASSETS?
It could be argued that we should have a share of all Government assets built after 1707 when the Parliaments became united.
This would include a share of the value of for instance the M.I.5 BUILDING ABOVE and any other building built since then.
I'm not sure but would that include the likes of the Ministries of Defence, the Home Office and Agriculture? What about 10 Downing Street? What about the Palace of Westminster? How much of that has been built since 1707? What about British assets abroad, like Embassies? Could we sell the Scottish Office and pay a percentage back to what's left of Britain.
What about the Armed Forces. Do a percentage of the Navy's Ships and the Air Force's Planes come to us? Do we get a nuclear sub? How many missiles do we get? Do we become a nuclear power? Do we rent out FASLANE OR TELL THEM TO FUCK OFF? Surely a political decision.
All in all, Scotland could be due several hundreds of Billions of Pounds. A nice way to start with an independent Scotland.
With the SNP about to have a referendum on independence next year and the country's opinion starting to move in that direction, is this not the discussion we should be having?