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Nationalists accuse BBC of imbalance | Herald Scotland

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THE SNP has hit out at the BBC over its independence referendum coverage after the corporation named a panel for tomorrow night’s Question Time that contained a majority of pro-Union supporters.

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Pro-UK parties to launch a ‘Yes’ campaign in support of keeping Scotland in Britain

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SCOTTISH voters will be wooed by two “Yes” campaigns in the run-up to the independence referendum.

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Ewan Crawford: Hiding behind slogans won’t change the facts – News – Scotsman.com

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UNIONISTS may have ditched their ‘No to independence’ for ‘Yes to partnership’, but fundamental flaws in their argument must be challenged, writes Ewan Crawford.

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Why So Scared of the N-Word

Margo MacDonald’s column in the Edinburgh Evening News today

I’ve hit on the perfect campaign anthem for the side of the referendum contest that dare not speak its name. The people who want you to say “No” to Scottish independence, the SNP and everything, is led by an attractive, if unconvincing, troika of Alistair Darling, Charlie Kennedy and Annabel Goldie. They’ve come together to say something in response to the Yes campaign . . . but what?

Someone has advised them voters might not go for an honest “No” campaign in answer to the “Yes” campaign for sovereign independence and equality for Scotland.

Read the full article here Edinburgh Evening News

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