The People's Referendum: Why Scotland Will Never Be the Same Again

The People's Referendum: Why Scotland Will Never Be the Same Again


19 September 2014. The ballots are in, and the votes are counted. Scotland has both selected to stay a part of the uk, or to shape a brand new self sufficient state.

The result's black and white, however the conversations, humans and locations that lively Scotland’s trip to the referendum were something yet. For months Scots debated their futures, at various volumes. For a few the vote used to be a distraction, for others it used to be an important second of their lives. All have had an opportunity to have their say.

This publication is the tale of Scotland’s referendum, no longer as recorded via psephologists, yet as skilled through many of the usual – and striking – humans concerned. Taking the scenic course round the vote we are going to meet growing old Communists rallying citizens in post-industrial Cowdenbeath; dependable Orange males campaigning for a ‘yes’ vote’ and Irish republicans backing the union; North Sea oil staff attempting to make experience of the controversy; and secessionists throughout Europe attempting desperately to persist with Scotland’s lead.

Full of personality, and characters, this energetic, in-depth e-book will presents a distinct viewpoint on a referendum that has reshape Scotland – and Europe – whatever the ensuing 'No' vote.

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