Referendum 2014

18 September 2013

The Referendum vote in 2014 will be a once in a lifetime vote.

The result will be very different from the result of a council election , a Scottish Parliament election or a UK Parliament Parliament.

There will be no “replay” in 4 or 5 years time to ask the same question , “Should Scotland be an independent country?”.

If the SNP win the Referendum next year, then that’s the end of the UK in our lifetime and much longer after that.

The kind of Scotland that I want to live in is a society that is fair, and offers social justice and equal opportunity to all, working within a UK that shares these same values.  

These are values that don’t stop at the border.

All of the great changes that Labour made in society such as the welfare state made no distinction between where people lived and their needs.

Labour’s ally in these advances has been that other great UK-wide organisation – the Trade  Unions.

Today we have a Scottish Parliament that works within the United Kingdom, a relationship that gives us the best of both worlds to maintain these values.

That’s why remaining together is the better choice for Scotland – Better Together

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