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George Galloway on why he’s saying “naw” to Scottish independence

The controversial politician explains why he is leading his own campaign for a No vote in September’s referendum

By Serena Kutchinsky  
George Galloway

Gorgeous George

” A Yes vote is alarmingly possible” says George Galloway

SK: Where did the idea for your anti-independence “Just Say Naw” tour originate?

GG: The name is derived from the anti-drugs slogan “Just Say No”, which I “translated” into Glaswegian. I felt strongly that we were losing the referendum by default, and that the mainstream Better Together campaign wasn’t doing enough to secure a No vote. Now, I am the only person on the No side drawing significant audiences. I have held six meetings so far with around…

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