Category Archives: Personal Views

Shades of ’79 – “If less than 40% of the electorate vote in the referendum, the result shall not be binding”

Lord Rooker, a former Labour Minister, has had an amendment to the AV referendum bill passed in the Lords. The amendment states that if the turn out in the referendum is less than 40% the referendum result should not be … Continue reading

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From virgin to addict in 2 evenings – my introduction to phonebanking. Guest Post from an Edinburgh Volunteer.

I’m no political hack.  I’m not a member of any political party, I’ve never canvassed before, and I hate cold callers … but

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Why I Joined the Campaign – Personal Views – No 1 – The Editor

The Yes Campaign is made up of people from many, different backgrounds and with a range of political allegiances or with no party allegiance. We all have our reason for supporting the campaign for a Yes vote in the May … Continue reading

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