Monday May 25, 2020

Still all to play for as the independence polls narrow

With less than a fortnight to go to polling day, the Yes side is steadily gaining ground – but does it have enough momentum to pip its opponent at the post?

7th September, 2014

A month ago, it was in the bag. The deal was done. The game was over. Done and dusted. In London, pundits and politicians sighed with relief and prepared to tell us they had told us so all along. Scotland, you see, was never going to vote for independence, was it? Of course not. A preposterous notion.

Except it might. And even if it doesn’t – even if Alex Salmond and the Scottish National Party...

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