With less than 100 days to go before Scotland votes on whether to leave the UK, former prime minister Gordon Brown has made a dramatic intervention into the debate over Scottish independence.
In an article for The Guardian, he claims that, “neither the government nor the British elites are communicating a compelling vision of Britain’s future”.
He also attacked government ministers for “using the language of threats and ultimatums”. By doing so, he suggests that the No campaign is overlooking the fact that “the voters’ starting point is not the greatness of Britain or the longevity of the [...]
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