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Mike Dailly: We can’t achieve a fairer so­ci­ety as part of the UK

WHO says the SNP would run the coun­try? I do be­lieve they are only ask­ing for in­de­pen­dence. Then we have to pick a gov­ern­ment to run the gov­ern­ment, and don’t say it’s bet­ter part of a union – one that you don’t have a say on any­thing.


AS an in­de­pen­dence sup­porter I have to say that it will not bring some won­der­ful utopia.

It will put money to help lo­cal peo­ple in­stead of be­ing sucked into London and South-east England but it will not be a panacea.

Scots are a lot more fis­cally con­ser­va­tive and lib­eral than most as­sume. We know that there is no such thing as a free lunch and peo­ple liv­ing on ben­e­fits also need to un­der­stand that that is a safety net and not a life­style choice.

An­drew Burns

IF there’s an IndyRef 2, it’ll be another No. What will hap­pen then? Con­stant, whin­ing de­mands for IndyRef 3?

Colin MacEwan

Rangers stars visit the Royal Hospi­tal for Chil­dren in Glas­gow

GOOD job guys. Will have put a smile on lots of kids’ faces. Well done Rangers!

Moonk Calder

WELL done, I bet it made a lot of the kids’ day.

Joe Black

VIS­ITS from both Old Firm clubs to meet chil­dren at hos­pi­tals are so ben­e­fi­cial.

The joy it brings is clear to see.


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