A reply to the No campaign's celebrities
No need to worry - we aren't moving anywhere after a Yes vote. We too value the bonds between us and we'll still be your best friends and neighbours.
But what we don't value is dreadful Westminster government. It may have escaped your notice, but many people are struggling to make ends meet, to find well rewarded employment, to pay fuel bills or even feed their families.
All this despite the fact we live in one of the world's wealthiest countries. A Yes vote gives us an opportunity to change all that.
We're sure you'll understand!
PS: To get fully up to speed with the issues, we'd recommend watching these video guides.
- Scotland is an incredibly wealthy country
- A Yes vote means we can make Scotland’s wealth work for us all
- More local jobs and higher wages
- Pensions will be safe in an independent Scotland
- Savings of independence
- Scotland will keep the pound
- Scotland will remain an excellent place to do business
- Scotland's EU membership will be uninterrupted
- Only with a Yes can we fully protect our NHS
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