Directly addressing the questions of Undecided and No(ish) voters is now more crucial than ever

Not all the difficulties are answered, but maybe enough?

This Little Earth

As we enter the final weeks of the referendum campaign, a number of key question still exist for No and Undecided voters, but in many cases such individuals feel that there are just one or two hurdles blocking their path to voting Yes. With that in mind, here is a quick response to some of the most persistent questions.

Aren’t there risks to us becoming independent?
Yes there are and, while the No campaign are keen to paint Yes campaigners are denying this, everyone accepts that there are some risks to Scotland gaining independence from the UK. The argument, in essence, is that these risks are small, manageable, and worth taking, giving that the prize is the chance to build a better country. Risk is an emotive issue, but human beings deal with risk every day – every single thing we do involves risk. Of course, no discussion of the…

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About mikeinkwazi

I am in my seventies and live in the west coast of Scotland, with the sea at the bottom of my garden. I have been variously, a sculptor an art teacher, designer, inventor, organic grower and last but never least, a blue water sailor. By the way, I have been telling stories and writing nonsense all my life!

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