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17 April 2014

We should back co-operation and partnership over division and grievance

Senior trade unionist John Paul McHugh says that the legacy he wants this generation of Scots to pass on to the next is that when it came to the crunch we backed co-operation and partnership over division and grievance. Read more here...

17 April 2014

Industry experts say energy bills cheaper as part of the UK

Being part of the UK keeps energy bills down and sustains thousands of green jobs in Scotland. That is the conclusion of industry experts who said that consumers would face much higher energy bills if we leave the UK. Read more here…

16 April 2014

Better Together launches ‘Best of Both Worlds’ advertising campaign

Better Together will next week launch its advertising campaign, with the key message that Scotland can have the Best of Both Worlds: a Scottish Parliament with more powers guaranteed – and more opportunities as part of the UK. Read more here…

15 April 2014

Defence industry jobs are best protected by remaining in the UK

Forces Together held an event yesterday, to highlight the defence jobs benefits from being in the UK for areas like Inverclyde and throughout the whole of Scotland. Read more here

14 April 2014

Staying in the UK is best for defence and jobs in Scotland - Coaker

The UK's Armed Forces and defence industry are the greatest in the world, says Shadow Defence Secretary Vernon Coaker. The only way to keep it that way is to keep the UK together. Read more here...

12 April 2014

SNP should ditch separation and support devolution if there’s a No vote in September, say Scots

A new YouGov poll published today reveals that the majority of Scots want the SNP to get behind proposals for further devolution to the Scottish Parliament if there is a No vote in September, rather than campaigning for another referendum on separation. Read more here…

12 April 2014

‘Whatever way you look at it we in Scotland are stronger and better together as part of the UK’

In an article in today's Scottish Daily Mail, Better Together leader Alistair Darling says that whether it's arguments of the heart or the head, whatever way you look at it we in Scotland are better and stronger together in the United Kingdom. Read the article here...

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