Why the Scots are better off within Union
Published 10/06/2014 | 11:00
IT feels small-minded and even disrespectful to the many brave Scots, Irish, English and Welsh who fought bravely and gave their lives that, on the anniversary of D-Day, Scotland is even considering breaking away from a Union which has served well Scotland, its people and the world.
Operation Neptune, the largest amphibious operation ever, was a magnificent example of what the British can achieve together:
Scots and Scotland can continue to have influence and serve the world best as part of a G8 country.