1 October 2012

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Richard Whitman

Professor Richard G Whitman

Associate Fellow, Europe Programme

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China's then-vice premier Li Keqiang raises a glass of whisky with Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond before attending a state dinner at Edinburgh castle on 9 January 2011 in Edinburgh. Photo by David Moir/WPA Pool/Getty Images.
China's then-vice premier Li Keqiang raises a glass of whisky with Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond before attending a state dinner at Edinburgh castle on 9 January 2011 in Edinburgh. Photo by David Moir/WPA Pool/Getty Images.

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In this written submission to the Foreign Affairs Committee, Richard Whitman and Andrew Blick argue that if Scotland were to secede from the UK, the UK's position in the EU would be significantly diminished.

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