Race to the finish

The yes campaign is focusing on being visible on the street on this last day of campaigning.

The yes campaign is focusing on being visible on the street on this last day of campaigning. This truck is constantly driving around Edinburgh urging Scots to vote yes,

Both sides are mobilizing on the last day of campaigning before polling day tomorrow.

According to the lasted polls the two sides are neck and neck, with a slight advantage for the unionists.

Better Together activists warn of dire edonomic consequences if Scotland should leave the UK. "Salmond promises better welfare with independence, but how can we pay for it if we lose business?" asks Mike Brown (middle)

Better Together activists warn of dire edonomic consequences if Scotland should leave the UK. “Salmond promises better welfare with independence, but how can we pay for it if we lose business?” asks Mike Brown (middle)

No voter Mike Brown, who has taken one week off work to campaign, believes that Alex Salmond and the SNP are playing down the economic risk of parting with the rest of the United Kingdom. He said:

“The economy of an independent Scotland will not be as good as that of a united Britain. We will not have access to the Bank of England as a lender of last resort and because of that we will have to pay higher rents on our loans. Prices and interest rates will go up and we will have less money for welfare.”

Yes voter Collin disagrees, he says the big issue is self determination for Scotland and that the No side is scaremongering. He said:

“It is important for the Scottish people and for my children, I wish for them to have a better future. The polls show we are closing in and are now in an almost dead heat. I believe we can overtake the no campaign at the ballot box tomorrow.

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