Icelandic government have asked the presidents of the English labor union to stop using the economic crisis of Iceland to undermine the cause of the ones who are fighting for Scotland independence.
According to a news item in The Times, it is said that Geir H. Haarde prime minister of Iceland is furious about the commentaries from the Labor Union.
Cameron Buchanan honorary consultant to Iceland in Scotland says that the administrators are using the situation in Iceland in their advantage in stead of helping both Scotland and Iceland.
Buchanan says that statements from the English administrators about Iceland being bankrupt have no rights to them and these comments do nothing to help with the relationship between the nations which is fragile already.
A big part of the Scottish nation wants to proclaim their independence but the Labor Union has protested those ideas in a harsh manner.
(News Articl by *noname*)
Original Article in Icelandic