Interesting that there is no thread on this.
Aside from the usual comedy capers from our politicians and hyperbolic statements (Murdo Fraser taking the dubious honour there with his lentil sentence) this surely has to be seen as a landmark day for Scotland.
We are now officially the highest taxed area of the UK from an Income Tax perspective with the potential for that divide to grow (Labour and the Greens seem perfectly happy to tax more than what was agreed).
I see this a very significant and the start of a divergence of Scotland from rUK. Quite whether the population of Scotland will like the concept of being taxed more and see the benefit or otherwise of that could be a real driver over the long term for Indy support (both for and against).
Personally of course you are not going to get agreement from me on the continued fiscal drag of the 40% band and loved the who cares it's only 350,000 people comments from some of its supporters in the political ranks yesterday but it's the principle that interests me most and what journey might now follow now that the path has been set.