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Cameron’s Great Scottish Oilfield Cover-up of 2014

February 2, 2019

Talking-up Scotland



As the opinion polls started to close in the summer of 2014 and one even gave a majority to Yes, the Unionist forces were stirred into action. David Cameron came to Scotland to launch a love fest, pleading with us to stay and to ‘lead’ the UK. Gordon Brown intervened to draft a pledge which would guarantee Scotland federal powers. Who knows what effect these interventions and others had on the outcome of the Referendum, but did a less transparent intervention weaken the case for independence by concealing a major oil find to the west of Shetland?

When Cameron chose to visit Shetland, on July 22nd, the first PM to do so in 34 years, suspicions were raised.


Research published in the Scotsman on 8th September 2014 found that ‘almost half of Scots believe the UK government is hiding North Sea oil discovered during the independence campaign

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