There’s no need to take up the sword

Rutherglen Reformer - - You Decide -

Mem­bers of YES Ruther­glen took some time off from can­vass­ing to at­tend the an­nual Wal­lace Day rally in Elder­slie at the week­end.

Cam­bus­lang East Coun­cil­lor, Chris­tine Deanie said: “It is always worth re­mem­ber­ing that all those years ago Wil­liam Wal­lace fought not for per­sonal gain, but to re­gain the rights and free­doms of the or­di­nary peo­ple and to build a more so­cially just na­tion.

“To­day the YES Campaign has the same aims in re­turn­ing pow­ers and de­ci­sion mak­ing to the peo­ple who mat­ter most, the peo­ple who live and work in Scot­land.

“And to­gether we will cre­ate a fairer and wealth­ier Scot­land.

“Un­like Wal­lace we do not need to take up the sword to achieve our ob­jec­tives.

“All we need to do is pick up a pen­cil on the 18th of Septem­ber and mark a cross in the box marked YES”.

Free­domMem­bers of YES Scot­land, in­clud­ing Coun­cil­lor Chris­tine Deanie (sec­ond right) at­tend the an­nual Wal­lace Day rally in Elder­slie

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