Scotland can be changed for better with a No vote

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Author(s) The Scotsman editorial board
Source The Scotsman
Date September 18, 2014
Quotes-start.png If we vote Yes on Thursday the margin of ­victory is likely to be extremely small. We shall start life as a new state divided against ­ourselves. In the difficult birth – the potential problems with currency, the EU and Nato have been well aired and do not need repeating here – those divisions are more likely to deepen than to heal. There will be recrimination and reckoning. If you doubt this, ask Jim Sillars. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Referendum should pass on the topic Scottish independence referendum, 2014.