No reason why Saltire shouldn't fly proudly alongside world's flags at the UN

WHEN the United Nations was created in a spirit of hope and optimism at the end of the Second World War, it had 51 members, roughly matching the number of independent countries in the world.

Since then empires have crumbled and more countries have proudly taken up their place in New York.

Scotland could easily join them after September 18, 2014, the date of our independence referendum, according to Sir Jeremy Greenstock, the UK’s former ambassador to the UN.

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