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31 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Professor Susan Shaw

Professor Susan Shaw, Former Deputy and Vice Principal of the University of Strathclyde is saying No Thanks to separation as Scotland staying in the UK is best for our universities. Read more here...

31 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Jim Cockram

Jim Cockram, Technical Director at Copernicus Technology, is saying No Thanks to separation because, he says, it's all about "good business sense". Read more here...

31 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Sarah Mallon

Sarah is a student. For her, nationalism is old fashioned. Sarah thinks we should be working together, not creating divisions. Watch Sarah’s story here…

30 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Alison Dowling

Alison is saying No Thanks because she wants the best of both worlds for Scotland – a strong Scottish Parliament, with more powers for Scotland, backed up by the strength, security and stability of being part of the larger UK economy. Watch what Alison has to say here…

30 July 2014

Say No Thanks to protect Scottish jobs

Being part of the UK is the best way to secure Scottish jobs. Around 600,000 jobs here are with companies based elsewhere in the UK or are dependent on exports to there. Leaving the UK would put these jobs at risk. Where is the sense in putting up barriers between Scottish firms and their customers elsewhere in the UK? Read more here…

30 July 2014

Salmond currency deception slammed by experts

Two leading experts today slammed Alex Salmond’s currency plans for a separate Scotland. Labelling nationalist assertions on currency a “huge deception”, the intervention piles further pressure on the First Minister to come clean over his plan B for what would replace the pound if we leave the UK. Read more here…

30 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Duncan Tannahill

Duncan Tannahill, former chief executive of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce says No Thanks to separation to protect the future for his family, and all Scots. Read more here...

30 July 2014

Voting No is patriotic and pragmatic

In 50 days we will decide the future of Scotland for generations to come. It's the most important political decision we will every take. Writing in today's Scottish Sun, Better Together leader Alistair Darling says that voting No is a patriotic and pragmatic choice. Read more here...

30 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - David Caldwell

David Caldwell, former Director of Universities Scotland, is saying No Thanks to separation because he says Scottish universities have the best of both worlds as part of the wider UK. Read more here...

29 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - David Stephen

David is a retired police officer. He knows that working together always beats going it alone. Watch David’s video here...

29 July 2014

Why I’m saying No Thanks - Alan Owenson

Alan is a recently retired civil servant from East Lothian. He is saying No Thanks to separation "because it makes sense". Read more here...

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...


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