The White Paper on Independence is due out tomorrow. Because the SNP have no respect for Scotland’s Parliament, it’s to be launched in the Science Centre in Glasgow. After all, launching the Yes Campaign in a dimly lit auditorium worked so well….
Blair Jenkins writes at Yes Scotland:
Large numbers of people have yet to decide how they will vote in next September’s referendum – and for many this is the moment they have been waiting for.
At Yes Scotland, we know from our own detailed research that the more people hear the independence arguments, the more attracted they are to that option.
I wouldn’t expect Blair Jenkins to acknowledge this (I think the “detailed research” he refers is the surveys carried out by Brandwatch for Yes Scotland discussed here) but the most effective campaigners for a Yes vote in 2014 aren’t anyone in the SNP or in Yes Scotland: they’re David Cameron, Nick Clegg, Ed Miliband, et al.