Better Together

Join us to ensure a stronger Scotland, a United Kingdom:

Help us ensure that Scotland says No Thanks to separation, become a Better Together activist today. Sign Up

Right now, as part of the UK we all pay into the same pension pot and are guaranteed the same state pension find out more

The only way to guarantee that we keep the UK pound as our currency is for Scotland to stay in the UK. find out more

LatestNews

29 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Katie Armour

Katie Armour is a student at St. Andrews. She's volunteering all summer for Better Together because she believes in devolution. Read more here...

28 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Mark Swan

Mark is 16 and from Aberdeen. This will be his first time voting, and he's decided to use it to say No Thanks to separation to stop his future opportunities from being limited.

28 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Jim Henderson

Jim is a Better Together volunteer from Inverness. He is saying No Thanks to separation because he doesn't want to risk Scotland's future. Read more here...

28 July 2014

If we leave the UK then we leave the EU, says leading QC

A leading QC has confirmed that if we vote to leave the UK we would need to reapply to join the EU. Read more here...

28 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Kathie Pollard

Kathie is studying for a Masters in Environmental Politics. For her, the UK’s research investment programme is vital but if we vote for independence this would be at risk for Scottish universities. Watch what Kathie has to say here...

27 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Pat Cunningham

Pat Cunningham is a pensioner from Glasgow. Pat doesn't want to see the UK family be broken up. Read more here...

27 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Kirsty MacIntosh

Kirsty MacIntosh is a student at the University of St Andrews and regularly volunteers for the Better Together campaign. Kirsty feels that she will have more opportunities after graduation if Scotland says No Thanks to separation. Read more here...

27 July 2014

Say No Thanks to putting our economic future at risk

Putting a border between Scottish business and their customers elsewhere in the UK could cost our economy billions and put jobs in Scotland at risk, new analysis confirms. Read more here…

27 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Greg Williams

Greg works in the oil and gas industry in Aberdeen. He believes that independence isn’t a risk worth taking. Watch Greg’s video here…

26 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Jenny Dudney

Jenny Dudney is a former teacher from Alloway, Ayrshire. Jenny is saying No Thanks to separation because, in her own words, "like millions of people in Scotland, I don’t want us to walk away from the UK". Read what Jenny has to say here...

26 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Dr Patrick Harkness

Dr Patrick Harkness is Lecturer in Space Systems Engineering at the University of Glasgow. Patrick is saying No Thanks to separation because, by pooling and sharing resources, we can "provide the most remarkable opportunities for our young people to achieve the most remarkable things." Read more here...

26 July 2014

Wherever you are in Scotland, get involved and do your bit

With the opening of our new office in Galashiels, it’s time for everybody saying No Thanks to separation to get involved and do their bit. Read more here…


VideoPlayer