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Probably more for our Scottish members but with just a couple of days to go what is everyone's feelings and what will you be voting.

Non voters views welcome.

So from me its a NO.

Keep it short and sweet and lets not all fall out please.
 

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The anarchist in me says yes but the conservative (small c) says no. I find it very sad that the leaders of the three main parties do not have the sense to realise that by agreeing they are encouraging the Scotts to say the opposite!
 

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Its a yes for me. The good folk in Scotland get more £per head than the folk in England. Free NHS prescriptions, FreeUniversity education.Even the welsh get more that us.
When all the leaders of the parties went to Scotland, I think that turned to no's to yes's

No offence intended.


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It's a definite YES from me I was Born Scottish and it's time Scotland looked after itself instead of Westminster running it down any more than it is, my 17 yr old daughter has done her research and is voting Yes and so are my two laddies and partners and my husband if the dog could vote it would be yes as well
Good luck Scotland


Ps visiting lancaster in November
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wilma08 said:
It's a definite YES from me I was Born Scottish and it's time Scotland looked after itself instead of Westminster running it down any more than it is, my 17 yr old daughter has done her research and is voting Yes and so are my two laddies and partners and my husband if the dog could vote it would be yes as well
Good luck Scotland <img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley31.gif" align="middle" />

Ps visiting lancaster in November <img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley36.gif" align="middle" />
I'm surprised Wilma I'm sure you said previously you were not a fan of Mr Salmond.
 

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Grumps said:
wilma08 said:
It's a definite YES from me I was Born Scottish and it's time Scotland looked after itself instead of Westminster running it down any more than it is, my 17 yr old daughter has done her research and is voting Yes and so are my two laddies and partners and my husband if the dog could vote it would be yes as well
Good luck Scotland <img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley31.gif" align="middle" />

Ps visiting lancaster in November <img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley36.gif" align="middle" />
I'm surprised Wilma I'm sure you said previously you were not a fan of Mr Salmond.
I am not a fan of Salmond but the vote is not about Salmond it's about Scotland and how Scotland should look after it's own finances and not be run by Westminster who is 450 miles away we have never voted for Thatchers child to govern us New Labour is an other word for Tories , I would rather take the chance in Scotland Governing itself than listen to Gordon Brown lie to the back of his teeth about the NHS he and Tony Blaire were the ones that started privatisation of the NHS
These new offers from the three stooges are not going to be governed from Scotland but Westminster.
 

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Regardless of how it goes. One thing is certain a lot of damage has been done. I just hope it was all
worth it. Alex isn't uniting and creating an independent Scotland but
dividing a nation.
 

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Grumps said:
Regardless of how it goes. One thing is certain a lot of damage has been done. I just hope it was all
worth it. Alex isn't uniting and creating an independent Scotland but
dividing a nation.
What damage ? a nation is a equal society Scotland is not equal with Westminster therefor it is not a nation nore a country a country is a independent unite that governs itself
Gordon brown did not mention that in the 1980's that Thatcher had signed NHS Scotland over for privatisation and that Wales had opted out from the TTIP and that the only way for Scotland to keep the NHS from privatisation is for Scotland to govern itself and runs it's own finances through Scotland being independent itself this was in the lancet ( all medical people read it ) which was dated 10 or 13 September 2014.Edited by: wilma08
 

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bobbyt said:
will bare my arse in woolworths on Friday morning if the vote is yes
You will have to go online to do that I think they still trade online I think lol
 

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This thread want supposed to be an argument between yes and no campaigns their is enough of it on the streets and on the TV and social media it's pathetic.
The Scottish people are divided regardless of the outcome.

Again can we keep it brief and not turn it into party political broadcast.
 

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I don't want an argument but why is Manchester and Liverpool waiting to see what happens ? Because they want more power over there own finances, Wales wants to do the same as Scotland and Govern itself , Southern Ireland is it's own country and does well, after Cameron Clegg and Tori boy Miliband have said Scotland will have more powers and money ( Barnett formula Mr Barnett has said that formula should have been scraped years ago as it does not work) were are these powers coming from not the Scottish Parliament but Westminster , the back benches are not happy about that are they? It won't be the first time Clegg has back pedalled either, remember the university fees being free then he flipped on that, I could go on I won't unless you ask more.
 

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Grumps said:
This thread want supposed to be an argument between yes and no campaigns their is enough of it on the streets and on the TV and social media it's pathetic.
The Scottish people are divided regardless of the outcome.

Again can we keep it brief and not turn it into party political broadcast.
The scottish are not divided that is all propaganda as the BBC is a Torie lead broadcasting unite my sister in law and her large brood are all voting no my daughter has had discussions at college and it's mixed
Scotland not matter what always come togetherI love a good debate and I can assure you grumps that's what has been happening although you get a few bad apples of courseEdited by: wilma08
 

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I'd say no. I've booked my holiday for next year and don't want the hassle of having to get a passport. <img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley36.gif" height="17" width="17" alt="LOL" title="LOL" /><img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley36.gif" height="17" width="17" alt="LOL" title="LOL" /><img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley36.gif" height="17" width="17" alt="LOL" title="LOL" />
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No that's fine we get the idea. Like I said everyone has their own views and think they are correct. The Scottish people are divided. Whatever the outcome of the vote half of the country won't get the government they want. At the end of the day some people will never be happy with the way the country is being run regardless and always feel hard done by.
 
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