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Bigger than the constitution

Bigger than the constitution

Clare Lally argues that the struggle for unpaid carers does not stop at the border. That is why she is voting No on Thursday. Read morenavigateright

Campaigning Trade Unions say No to Separation

Campaigning Trade Unions say No to Separation

The Scottish and General Secretaries of six major campaigning trade unions joint statement on why they are voting No on September 18th. Read morenavigateright

Time for the silent majority to find its voice

Time for the silent majority to find its voice

Anas Sarwar argues that in the last few weeks of this campaign Read morenavigateright

Childcare: The Sinking of the SNP’s Flagship

Childcare: The Sinking of the SNP’s Flagship

Transformative childcare needs politicians to listen to families, and work with already devolved powers; not tinker with the constitution. Read morenavigateright

We Love Scotland. That’s why we’re voting No

We Love Scotland. That’s why we’re voting No

Every nationalist loves Scotland but not everyone who loves Scotland is a nationalist. Read morenavigateright

“Scotland’s Future” - Johann Lamont Speech

“Scotland’s Future” - Johann Lamont Speech

Today saw the Scottish Government call a debate on Scotland's Future. Scottish Labour Leader, Johann Lamont, outlined our vision for the best future for Scotland. A vision of social justice, equality and prosperity. A strong Scottish Parliament, backed up by the strength and security of the UK. Read morenavigateright

“The Best Future for Scottish Broadcasting”  - Margaret Curran

“The Best Future for Scottish Broadcasting”  - Margaret Curran

A full copy of Margaret Curran's speech: “The Best Future for Scottish Broadcasting” delivered in Glasgow on 20th of August 2014 Read morenavigateright