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24 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Edward Mountain

Edward Mountain is a farmer from Moray. He is saying No Thanks to separation because he believes Scottish farming benefits from being part of the UK. Read more here...

24 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Flora McCaul

Flora is a student from Melrose. She has lived in various parts of Scotland and now studies in England. Flora wants to continue feeling like she can move freely within the UK. Read more here...

23 July 2014

Being part of the UK keeps energy costs down for families in Scotland

People living in the North of Scotland will see a £42 cut in their average annual energy bill. This is the news after a UK government announcement showed the value of pooling and sharing our resources in the UK. Read more here…

23 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Allana Hoggard

23 July 2014

Obama backs Scotland’s place in the UK

Writing in today's Daily Record, Shadow Foreign Secretary and Paisley & Renfrewshire South MP, Douglas Alexander, reflects on his meeting with Barack Obama, in which the US President confirmed his support for Scotland's place in the UK.

23 July 2014

A clash of ideas - not about where power lies, but what we do with that power - Ruth Davidson

Writing in today's Scotsman, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson says that she 'wants to be involved in a clash of ideas - not about where power lies, but what we do with that power.'

23 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Dr Barbara Paterson

Barbara was diagnosed with MS in 1999. She is saying No Thanks because she believes the best way to find a cure for this illness is by pooling and sharing our research resources across the whole of the UK. Here is Barbara’s story:

23 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Conor McElwaine

Conor is a student in Dundee. He is originally from Clydebank and hopes to become a teacher one day. He is saying No Thanks to separation because the referendum is the only time in his life when he has been asked to think small and narrow his horizons. Watch what Conor has to say here…

22 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Ruth McKay

Ruth McKay is a small business owner from Edinburgh. She is also a mother. The reason she is voting No is to secure the best future for her children. Watch Ruth’s short video here…

22 July 2014

New report shows currency and EU questions vital

A new report published by the Federation of Small Business has put more pressure on Alex Salmond to answer the big questions on currency and the EU. Read more here…

22 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Shona Campbell

Shona is first time voter from Biggar. She is a former Yes supporter, but here she tells us why she has decided to say No Thanks to separation. Read more here...

22 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Hannah Bettsworth

Hannah is a young student and is voting No. For her, it makes no sense to put up barriers between us and the rest of the UK. All her life Hannah has been told to think big, but Alex Salmond wants our young people to vote for something smaller. Read what Hannah has to say here…


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