He would have a chance to campaign with his Party for a fair new deal for the whole UK – one decided not by the Westminster elites but by the people.
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We in the former want you in the latter to stay.
Cameron Penny: In these last campaigning days, Scotland’s No campaign needs an appeal to heart as well as head
I can’t vote on 18 September, but I’ll be in Glasgow to make sure others can – say yes if you need a ride to the polling booth, but say ‘No Thanks’ once you get there.
Plus: CCHQ V Montgomerie. On the Road. The SNP push. Go for the Groat. Why don’t I feel more Scottish? And: I blame Shirley Williams.
Thatcherite on the economy and Europe. Macmillanite on housing and saving. Carswellian on governance – but lacking popular input on constitutional reform.
The Party’s plan must be pressed on Labour & the LibDems. If Scotland votes No and the Prime Minister backs off it, the SNP will be back for a second push.
Separatism has always enjoyed a highly motivated support base – but this week’s nightmare poll could maximise unionist turnout.
The Cabinet Secretary told my committee that contingency planning was actually banned by the Government.
It should not be held next May amidst the constitutional uncertainty that would follow a Yes vote.
Peter Duncan: Scotland’s referendum. We are in the last chance saloon. Only devo-plus will get us out.
This is the last chance saloon for the Union – we must make an offer that counts.
We hope and believe that No will win, and that these inquiries will come to nothing. But it is necessary to put them.
Alistair Burt MP: The clinching pro-Union argument. The more Tory MPs Scotland has, the better its football does
The legions of ConHome footy fans are eagerly focusing on this key issue: what impact will a ‘Yes/No’ vote have on the country’s historic football decline?
ConservativeHome manifesto: Introduction – Homes. Jobs. Savings. Plus Money and Power. Ten policies to make a difference.
Home ownership first. New garden cities. Scrap HS2. Repatriate immigration control. Reform pensions tax relief. Higher NIC thesholds. English home rule. Internet voting.
Share power. Share wealth. Embrace an entity bigger than your own ethnicity. The United Kingdom is an example to follow.
What works for Panama with the dollar could work after independence with the pound.