Scottish Independence Referendum: Banks threaten to relocate to London

Scottish Independence Referendum: Banks threaten to relocate to London; Edinburgh: EXT Reporter to camera INT Alex Salmond MSP (Scottish First Minister) speech SOT - I think the people of Scotland have moved beyond these warning and scaremongerings EXT Low angle shot of building Feet of city workers along Bank buildings reflected in window INT Salmond, Nicola Sturgeon MSP (Deputy First Minister Scotland) and others on stage at press conference giving thumbs up ITN Reporter asking question SOT Alex Salmond MSP (Scotland First Minister) press conference SOT - (on currency union) in terms of the precise negotiations, I don't even know at this stage who we might be negotiating with / I'm hoping and it seems that he or she might be in the running, that it might be the senior government minister who said to the Guardian newspaper 'of course they'll be a currency union' / the fact that once we are beyond the Referendum campaign then all of this game playing, intimidation is removed Reporter saying voters in the rest of the United Kingdom might be a bit resentful SOT Salmond press conference SOT - Got rather more faith in the people of England than the politicians at Westminster Salmond on stage and seen on monitor of videocamera


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Clip #: 647606450SD
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Date created: September 11, 2014
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Clip length: 00:02:03:02
Location: United Kingdom
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