In response to increased press reports and comment implying increased crime and disorder as a consequence of the Independence Referendum Brian Docherty, Chairman of the Scottish Police Federation said;
Top Scottish lawyers have held an emergency meeting to discuss how best to combat threats against European citizens made by scaremongering No campaigners.
A group of armed forces veterans who are proudly voting Yes – including 102-year-old Desert Rat Jimmy Sinclair – have today issued an open letter in response to the article in yesterday’s Sunday Telegraph by Lord Richard Dannatt, in which he attempted to invoke those who had died in conflict as a reason to vote No.
On the 15th August 2014, The Disability News Service became the first UK media source to break the news that “the UK government has become the first country to face a high-level inquiry by a United Nations committee, as a result of “grave or systemic violations” of the rights of disabled people”.
Gordon Brown, who is apparently some sort of former politician, has recently been spreading the completely baseless scare story that Scots would no longer receive organ transplants or blood transfusions from other people in the UK (and vice versa) in the event of independence.
There is not lengths that they wont go to in order to scare the people of Scotland but you need to ask yourself a question – why would you want to stay attached to people you never voted for and that would deliberately try and damage Scottish businesses for the sake of political capital.
I am 76 years of age. My State Pension is safe with independence, and so is yours. Who says so? The UK Department for Work and Pensions
We have had this so-called Union for over 300 years; how long must we give it? vote for change
The depths to which the ‘No Campaign’ will stoop is utterly disgusting..!!
ISIS ‘targeted Scot to force a Yes vote in referendum’