'Would you vote for Scotland to join the Union?'
Blair Jenkins, chief executive of Yes Scotland, asks the question: "If Scotland was independent now, who would vote to join the United Kingdom?"
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Yes Scotland Advisory Board member Nicola Sturgeon told the SNP conference in Perth today that only a Yes vote in September can deliver a fairer, more prosperous Scotland.
Addressing delegates in her capacity as SNP deputy leader, she said in a keynote speech:
"Ask yourself this question. Who will do a better job of creating a fairer and more prosperous Scotland: people who live and work in Scotland or politicians at Westminster?"
“Stiglitz: Only Independence Will Let Scots Tackle Income Divide”. That’s the headline for today's report in the Herald about the contribution of Nobel prize-winning economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz to the independence debate.
By Roddie MacLennan
I am what is often referred to as a natural Labour voter. My father was a Highland railwayman all his life, as was his father, grandfather and great grandfather before him. They were all lifelong trade unionists, some holding senior positions within the NUR/RMT. My father was a Labour Party member, councillor and activist. I have been a trade unionist all my life and, for a period, a shop steward. I was a Labour member and activist for some years.
My whole family are voting Yes - that is six former Labour voters.
As the referendum campaign reaches the 200-days-to-go milestone this weekend, a senior Labour Party figure has declared his support for Yes in direct response to Chancellor George Osborne’s anti-currency union speech.