Scotland Decided. It’s a No!

It was Labour what won it!

Better Together campaign wins voting

favour keeping UK union in tact


The 307 year-old union between England and Scotland has been decided.

The choice in an independence referendum secured the union of Great Britain, where Scotland remains

a united part of. The Better Together campaign, fronted by Labour politicians, helped keep the United

Kingdom in union with Scotland, led by former Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling with

almost 54% to 46% favouring Independence. The Yes camp had been criticised for bombarding and

hounding respectful voters of the opposition and adding brutish campaigning. The No campaigners

had left the vote to be a mellow open field of democratic debate but intervened stronger when it was

feared many opposing voters where being abused for their opinion.

Leader of No Campaign, Silver Fox Alistair Darling saves the Union.

Leader of No Campaign, Silver Fox Alistair Darling saves the Union.

Businesses and economic investors threatened to pull out of Scotland and re-locate in England if a Yes vote was returned as a matter of consequence. Alex Salmond

was regarded as using this strategic measure to convince Yes voters of intimation and

scaremongering which the Yes protesters were seen to be endorsing themselves.

The three main party politicians and Her Majesty The Queen were said to be watching

with concern and favouring a continual United Kingdom.

A vast majority of male voters were in favour if independence at roughly 52% last week

while females would be voting at roughly 45% according to ICM research.

First King Minister  of Scotland, Alex Salmond

First King Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond

YouGov President Peter Kellner predicted a 99% certainty after the polls closed

last night at 10pm a No vote was likely at 54% from a poll after Scottish voters

cast their decisions earlier. He said “I would say it is a 99% certainty of a No victory.”

Fears of uncertainty, economy, welfare and other key policies swayed the vote in No’s

favour. An unknown gamble to create empty history was foreseen by voters to establish

connection than isolation.

salmond cameron

Bribing bedfellows

Last week leader of the united Kingdom David Cameron pledged further powers to Scotland,

many of his backbenchers in the Tory Party considered “a bribe.”

The turnout had 97% of voters register, establishing faith in a democratic electorate system

despite voters disengaged with politics as a whole. The results at 54.34% for No to the Yes

vote on 45.66% was not guaranteed but concluded to secure the victory by analyst experts

according to Sky News at 5am this morning. 23 regions counted with 9 yet to hear where the

defining results.

Why vote for both or nothing on ballot? It means…

Votes were also discounted after those who turned out voted for both options on the ballot,

or they simply posted the paper with no vote marked. What people don’t realise is that

when you do this, you are officially sending a message that you are capable of voting

and want to but are making your message that both options are not good enough.

This is the message from the voters who post the decision and have taken the time to

go and vote but do not feel either side represents them and is a wake up call.


The official result for Scotland’s remaining unity in the United Kingdom was declared

from the vote in Edinburgh at 05.55 am pushing the No campaign to the overall

victory against Scottish Independence. Aberdeenshire also voted No aswell.

Remaining votes were finally declared with No attaining an overall vote of 55.40%

as Yes took 44.60%. Only two more regions are to be revealed, however will not

change the course of the vote.

Aberdeen and  Edinburgh rejected Independence as Glasgow vote in favour of it. First

Minister Alex Salmond changed his Facebook profile images to ‘One Scotland’

messages and congratulated Glasgow only, in a level of bitter response to his

failed campaign.





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