June 10, 2014

Does Scotland Really Want to Be Run by SNP?

Gordon Brown, The Guardian

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The yes and no camps both have pride in their nation. The no campaign will win only by presenting a Scottish vision of Scotland's future.

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TAGGED: Scotland, SNP, Scottish National Party, Alex Salmond, UK, David Cameron

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