Orangemen to march for No vote: Controversial parade set for Edinburgh

The Better Together campaign fears that the proposed march through the capital may alienate voters of Irish Catholic descent.

7th September, 2014

Orange Order leaders in the North are calling for Scots to vote No to independence.

On Saturday, just five days before polls open in the historic referendum, Northern Irish Orangemen will join their Scottish brethren in a controversial parade through Edinburgh city centre.

“The Orange institutions stand for the United Kingdom, and we wouldn’t want the United Kingdom broken up by any means. So we are encouraging any colleagues, family and friends in Scotland to...

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