June 8, 2014

100 Days to Make Independence a Reality

Alex Salmond, The Scotsman

The Associated Press

Tomorrow marks the start of that countdown to what will be one of the most exciting and historic days this nation has ever seen. It will be a decision on whether we are to be an independent country once again, joining the international community as an equal partner after an absence of more than 300 years. The referendum on 18 September is the biggest opportunity Scotland has had in those three centuries, and it is one I firmly believe we will grasp with both hands. The referendum is rightly a decision that will be made by those living and working in Scotland, including many originally from other parts of the UK and beyond.

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