Lets not walk away

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has said that Scotland must not walk away from the UK when we have achieved so many great things together.

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Unemployment falls by 0.6%

The latest unemployment figures from the ONS have been released showing a fall by 146,000 in the UK, with a fall of 0.6% in Scotland in the 3 months of July and a rise of 45,000 in employment.

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Scotland stands taller as part of the UK

Liberal Democrat Secretary of State for Scotland Alistair Carmichael today said Scotland stands taller as part of the UK in an eve of poll message to referendum voters.

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A No vote will put a spring in the step of the Scottish economy

Scottish Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander today said Alex Salmond's secret NHS cuts would be the tip of the iceberg after further interventions from businesses voices and researchers warning over the costs of independence for Scotland.
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Our family of nations has achieved great things

Charles Kennedy MP today said that it would be wrong to walk away from the great things that Scotland and the rest of the UK have created together as he joined Willie Rennie MSP, Jo Swinson MP and Danny Alexander MP to launch the final stage of the Liberal Democrat referendum campaign.
 
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Rennie condemns secret SNP NHS cuts plan

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has called on the Health Secretary to come clean on a reported £400m secret plan to cut NHS budgets.

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Danny Alexander: Why should we run away from successes of the UK?

 

In a speech to the Working for Scotland rally in Glasgow, Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has urged people in Scotland not to run away from the great economic and social successes of the United Kingdom.

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Salmond must put a stop to Yes intimidation

Liberal Democrat Secretary of State for Scotland Alistair Carmichael today called on the First Minister to put a stop to the use of intimidation tactics by Yes campaigners.

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Bullying culture of Yes campaign must stop

Liberal Democrat Secretary of State for Scotland Alistair Carmichael MP has said that the bullying culture of the Yes camp must stop. 

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Support for world's poor goes further as part of UK

Speaking in the second reading of his International Development (Official Development Assistance Target) Bill today, Scottish Liberal Democrat MP Mr Moore said, as part of the UK, Scotland’s support for the world’s poor ‘goes further and our impact is stronger’.

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