THE youngish man opposite me at the polling station wore a large red and yellow rosette.
He had a pile of No Thanks Labour leaflets warning of doom and catastrophe should the people of this working class area vote to take their future into their own hands.
But this “Labour” representative was not all he seemed. Despite his red rosette and Labour branding, he was in fact a Conservative councillor.
This seemed to summarise the dishonesty of the Better Together campaign. Tory and Labour became interchangeable.
The referendum does not mean the end of the campaign for Scotland. But it does spell the end of Labour in Scotland.
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