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union with England 307 years agoThe battle also took a bitter turn on Saturday when a senior nationalist warned businesses such as oil major BP Plc that they could face punishment for voicing concern over the impact of a secessionThe economic future of Scotland has become one the most fiercely debated issues in the final weeks of impassioned debateNationalists accuse British Prime Minister David Cameron of coordinating a scare campaign by business leaders aimed at spooking voters while unionists say separation is fraught with financial and economic uncertaintyBut former Scottish Nationalist Party deputy leader Jim Sillars went much further than separatist leader Alex Salmond warning that BP’s operations in Scotland might face nationalisation if Scots voted for secession on Thursday"This referendum is about power and when we get a ‘Yes’ majority we will use that power for a day of reckoning with BP and the banks" Sillars a nationalist rival of Salmond’s was quoted by Scottish media as saying"BP in an independent Scotland will need to learn the meaning of nationalisation in part or in whole as it has in other countries who have not been as soft as we have been forced to be" Sillars saidBanks such as Standard Life would face tougher employment laws after a vote for independence he addedWhen asked about the comments in a BBC interview Sillars confirmed he had raised the prospect of nationalisation but said he had used the term to get media coverage Nationalisation was not on the table he saidA BP spokesman declined to comment but BP chief Bob Dudley has said that independence could cause "uncertainties" and he did not want to see oil-rich Scotland drift awayMajor banks oil companies and supermarkets have said that a vote for secession would create concern North Sea oil would have to be divided up while there is uncertainty over the future currency and central bank of an independent Scotland Salmond struck a softer tone on Saturday"Mr Cameron and his Tory friends in Downing Street and the Labour front men in Scotland are going to get their comeuppance next Thursday because Scotland is going to vote yes in very substantial proportions" Salmond said"It’s unfortunate that a number of businesses have allowed themselves to be recruited by David Cameron and Downing Street but let me say after a ‘Yes’ vote and we are going to get one it is incumbent on us to reach out everyone and build that atmosphere of ‘Team Scotland’"From the windswept islands of the Atlantic to the inner city estates of Glasgow Scots are debating whether to vote ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ to the ballot paper question they will be asked on Thursday: "Should Scotland be an independent country"Independence supporters say it is time for Scotland to rule itself free of politicians in London "No" campaigners say that Scotland is more secure and prosperous as part of the United Kingdom and the end of the union would destroy three centuries of bonds and shared history as well as be an economic disasterUntil September all polls but one in 2013 had shown the unionists with a comfortable lead Several surveys this month however show the nationalists have won over hundreds of thousands of Scotland’s 4 million votersOut of four opinion polls released on Sunday three showed the unionists with a lead of between two and eight percentage points while an ICM poll conducted over the internet showed supporters of independence in the lead with 54 percent and unionists on 46 percentThe ICM poll is the second this year to show independence supporters in the lead though a small sample size of 705 people means its margin of error is higher than most other polls Polling expert John Curtice said the survey came with "a substantial health warning"In other developments media tycoon Rupert Murdoch visited Scotland on Saturday and praised the country for being alive with debate ahead of the vote"No politicians just street and pub talks" Murdoch 83 said on his Twitter feed "Everywhere alive with debate Democracy truly at work Both sides predicting victory"About 12000 Protestant unionists including contingents from Northern Ireland marched through Edinburgh’s Old Town on Saturday in an emotional show of support for keeping Scotland in the United KingdomWith fife and drum bands bowler hats and orange sashes the marchers said the referendum on Scottish independence which takes place this Thursday threatened their culture and history"It’s your own history being taken away from you What will you tell your grandchildren" said Jim Prentice a gardener wearing a Rangers soccer club shirt who had travelled from south of Glasgow to watch the marchOrganised by the Orange Order of Scotland the march demonstrated that the anti-independence campaign could count on a solid substantial bloc of votes in Glasgow the main battleground of the campaignBut it also injected a sectarian element with a bitter and sometimes violent history into the campaign The Order is linked to the Northern Ireland Protestant "loyalist" organizations and many lodges had crossed over the Irish Sea for the eventRivalry between Catholics and Protestants – famously manifested by supporters of Glasgow’s Celtic and Rangers soccer clubs – has often been a blight on Scottish societyThe pro-independence campaign was also pulling out all the stops across the country"I think it’s probably the biggest day of campaigning Scotland’s ever seen It’s enormous" Calum Cashley a "Yes" campaigner and SNP activist told Reuters"I’m running Edinburgh Eastern constituency today and we leafletted the entire constituency we’ve had sweet stalls people putting posters up in their windows it’s just been enormous We’re seeing cars go by bedecked with ‘Yes’ posters and stickers It’s amazing It’s a great feeling and buzz"DEUTSCHE BANK WARNINGDeutsche Bank said a vote for independence would be a mistake akin to Winston Churchill’s decision to return the pound to the Gold Standard or the failure of the Federal Reserve to provide sufficient liquidity to the US banks decisions that helped bring on the Great Depression"Foreign investors come to Scotland because they rely on a predictable investment environment All of this comes from a united Great Britain" David Folkerts-Landau Deutsche’s chief economist said in a note to clientsSuch is the gravity of the situation that finance minister George Osborne cancelled a trip to the G20 meeting in Australia to be held the weekend after the vote Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will leave the G20 meeting earlyPrime Minister David Cameron will warn Scots on Monday that if they break the United Kingdom by voting for independence on Thursday then the union will never be put together again"There will be no going back" Cameron will say the Sunday Telegraph reported without citing a source "We will go our separate ways forever"Former prime minister Tony Blair said he hoped Scotland voted to stay part of the United Kingdom"To rip up the alliance between our countries would not be sensible politically economically or even emotionally" Blair who was born in Scotland said at a security conference in the Ukrainian capital of KievInvestors pulled $27 billion out of British financial assets last month – the biggest capital outflow since the Lehman Brothers crisis in 2008 – as concern mounted over the fate of the United Kingdom a report by London-based consultancy CrossBorder Capital showedThe jury deliberated for two hours after a four-day trial then found Zumberge guilty of all four counts he faced Zumberge shot and killed Todd Stevens and injured Jennifer Damerow-Cleven in front of their New Brighton home May 5 2014Zumberge was convicted of first-degree premeditated murder second-degree murder first-degree attempted murder and second-degree attempted murderThe mandatory sentence for first-degree murder is life in prison Zumberge will be sentenced Oct 14The shooting climaxed a years-long dispute between the neighbors centering on Zumberge’s frustration that Stevens and Damerow-Cleven fed deer in their yardZumberge 58 testified that Stevens threatened his wife and he feared for her safety When an argument erupted between his wife and Damerow-Cleven he said he was being protective when he watched the dispute from the shadows while he held a loaded shotgunBut the 12 jurors rejected his claim of self-defense or defense of another“Todd was 46 years old” Damerow-Cleven told reporters after the verdict “And he laid down that day and died for no reason at all We did get justice for Todd today It’s a little bittersweet because he’s not here and he’ll never come back”Ramsey County prosecutor Anna Christie urged the jury to find Zumberge guilty and called the killing a “cold-blooded murder”“This is not a ‘Whoopsie the gun went off’ ” Christie told the jury in her closing argument “He came out to the side of the house leveled his gun and aimed at Todd Stevens and pulled that trigger at least four times“This was his chance” Christie said of the defendant “He had been waiting for an opportunity to end this”She scoffed at Zumberge’s claim that he was trying to protect his wife Although he testified that he saw Stevens utter a threat before reaching to his waist for what Zumberge thought was a gun he never mentioned that in his 911 call or in his police interview hours after the shooting Christie said“If that’s the reason you shot someone wouldn’t you lead with that” the prosecutor said She reminded the jury that Zumberge had told investigators “They should give me a medal here”Christie also pointed to Paula Zumberge’s testimony: she said Stevens hadn’t threatened her and she was not afraid that day In fact Christie said Paula Zumberge initiated the argument with Damerow-ClevenAs for the attempted murder charges Christie said “the intent follows the bullet” and Zumberge is still on the hook even if Damerow-Cleven wasn’t the intended targetDefense attorney William Orth argued that Zumberge approached the situation based on years 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” Survivors of a sex trafficking case that recently came to a close in North Dakota say they’re relieved that Keith Graves was sentenced to more than 33 years in prison. . presumably on his way home O’Connor said His mother did not pick up and Cunningham did not leave a voice mail according to authoritiesThat was the last time the CDC epidemiologist made known contact with anyone O’Connor said setting into motion what would become a perplexing investigationPolice have searched nearby woods with dogs canvassed hospitals and jails reviewed cellphone records looked in cemeteries and even flown over the immediate area with a helicopter looking for signs of life – or worseAuthorities said they do not suspect foul play but that they have not yet ruled it out either Cunningham’s family and Atlanta CrimeStoppers have teamed up to offer a $10000 reward for information leading to an arrest just in caseBut the search is now in its third week and police do not appear to be any closer to finding signs of Cunningham alive or dead There is "no evidence suggesting anything" O’Connor said exasperatedPolice are working through about two dozen tips he said TuesdayAbout a week before his disappearance Cunningham was told by his CDC supervisor that he would not get a promotion; an explanation was given to him on Feb 12 – the Monday he went missingHe told co-workers he was "upset" about the decision authorities saidCunningham left work soon after saying he was not feeling well He had also called in sick Feb 8 and 9 the two previous work days O’Connor saidO’Connor commander of the police department’s major crimes division stressed that investigators have not uncovered any evidence that Cunningham’s promotion snub is directly linked to his disappearance The CDC did not identify any problems with his job performance or workplace issues beyond the promotion denial O’Connor said"We’re open to any and all possibilities" O’Connor said though he declined to say how investigators were taking Cunningham’s mental health into account during the search Cunningham’s work at the CDC has fueled speculation and conspiracy theories about his disappearance including one dubious story on a website that said Cunningham disappeared amid warnings that his patients were dying from botched flu vaccinesBut Cunningham works in the chronic disease unit at the CDC not in the part of the CDC that deals with infectious disease according to authorities"He had no access to classified material" O’Connor said "He would not be of the type of person that if you kidnapped him and held him he could give you access to some horrific virus that could be a real problem for all the rest of us"The incident has taken other bizarre turnsCunningham’s neighbor Viviana Tory reported an odd encounter between her husband and Cunningham the day before he disappeared"He told my husband to tell his wife – me – to erase his cellphone number from my cellphone" she told CBSO’Connor confirmed the claim and told reporters he would follow up but he had few details about its significance Police spokesman DT Hannah told The Washington Post that no further information was available on Wednesday"The most unusual factor in this case is that every single belonging that we are aware of was located in the residence" O’Connor told reporters on Tuesday "His keys his cellphone credit cards debit cards wallet all of his identification passports Anything you could think of we’ve been able to locate None of those items are missing"Cunningham had no Uber or Lyft transactions that day and his car and dog Mr Bojangles were found at his home O’Connor addedCunningham’s father Terrell told the New York Times that he had concerns about recent interactions with his son whom he described as focused on a host of professional and personal issues"The tone and the numerous exchanges gave us reason to be concerned about Tim" he said "And I don’t know if it’s an instinct you have because it’s your child but it was not a normal conversation and I was not comfortable"Cunningham’s parents were notified by police about four bodies found in the search only to be told later that none of them belonged to their son"It takes you to a place that the light is not shining in" Terrell Cunningham told CNN The family has not responded to multiple requests for comment from The PostTim Cunningham has been a prominent fixture in the Atlanta community In an Atlanta Business Chronicle 40 Under 40 Awards profile last year Cunningham said he was "using the skills I have to improve and help the lives of others" referring to his work at the CDCThe article said he was continuing on his family’s path into the medical field; his father was an Air Force nurse for 30 years and his mother worked for the state health department as a program manager"Dr Cunningham’s colleagues and friends at CDC hope that he is safe" CDC spokeswoman Kathy Harben told The Post "We want him to return to his loved ones and his work – doing what he does best as a CDC disease detective – protecting people’s health"Author information:Alex Horton is a general assignment reporter and former Army infantrymanThe Senate Committee on Finance has given the Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) two weeks to submit certification details of subsidy for kerosene and petrol from July 2013 to December 2013 The committee is investigating the alleged non-remittance of 20 billion dollars to the Federation Account by the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) The PPPRA management had earlier requested for three weeks to enable it collate all details on the certification of subsidy for kerosene and fuel for six months The committee however turned down the request and granted the agency only two weeks to furnish it with the necessary documents to enhance its probe into the allegations The Chairman of the committee Sen Ahmed Makarfi said the committee was expecting the report of the independent consultants it appointed to conduct forensic examination and audit of expenses incurred by NNPC Makarfi said that the Auditor-General of the Federation had written to the committee confirming he had commenced forensic checks on the alleged unremitted funds He said the Auditor-General had also assured the committee that the result of the forensic check expected to cover all areas of concerns would be made available to the committee “We want to lay to rest the issue of unremitted revenue or unaccounted for revenue without further delay So we want to stand down on other issues that have to do with the other mandate of the committee “We believe all submissions have been made except one the report we are expecting from the PPPRA on certification of subsidy from July 2013 to December 2013 both for kerosene and PMS “The report will enable the committee establish how much really were the total expenditure on subsidy for the two years running “We have given them (PPPRA) up to the end of next week They requested three weeks but we gave them only two weeks and two weeks would expire next week “The other report we are expecting is that the committee appointed independent consultants to do forensic examination and audit on the volume of expenses you incurred “We expect their report by the end of next week “Their independent report is what will make us form an opinion on the expenses and losses totalling about 21 billion dollars based on your submission accounting for that money Makarfi said the auditor-general had also written to the committee confirming that he would conduct forensic checks He added that the auditor-general assured the committee that the forensic check would be comprehensive and would cover all the areas of concern The chairman quoted the auditor-general as saying that the report of the forensic check would be sent to the committee He said that the committee would conclude its work and present its report to the Senate after it received the reports of the independent forensic auditors and the final certification from PPPRA The chairman said that the committee would not hesitate to invite any of the agencies for clarification during the course of the technical session to consider the submissions before arriving on specific decision But NNPC Group Managing Director Mr Andrew Yakubu insisted that there were no missing funds Yakubu said that it was wrong for anybody to claim that funds were not remitted to the Federation Account “We have given a detailed account that no money is missing Each business is governed by a different business arrangement “If you do not trace it to the business arrangement and the governance structure you will not understand “We had under-lifting and reconciliations are held quarterly When you reconcile you will be able to balance your books and come up with the true position of things “It is too hasty for people to say that money is missing and apportion such a large amount “But we have broken them down to the various business arrangements and how monies are accounted for in various arrangements “The fact that money is not seen in the Federation Account does not mean the money did not go to other beneficiaries I want to appeal that we go back to correct this impression that money is missing’’ Yakubu told the committee that the ongoing investigations would enable the NNPC to give explanations that would help to clear the negative perception about the oil and gas industry He added that in the course of the investigations the corporation was able to present a detailed breakdown of all the remittances it made to the Federation Account “We gave a clear and detailed breakdown of what we remitted to the Federation Account The IOC (International Oil Companies) confirmed that they took their own share because they are partners in the business “Everybody that participated in the business arrangement is entitled to his own share “The banks are entitled to their own share; the equity contributors are entitled to their own share so you cannot take 20 billion dollars and give it to Nigeria alone’’ Yakubu added The NNPC boss said that the corporation was determined to present to the Senate a detailed analysis of the various streams of funds that belonged to all the key players in the petroleum business arrangement (NAN) and then called his mother at 9:12 a. 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