Scottish independence: “We are family” in Trafalgar Square

A pro-Union rally in London may have unwittingly given the Yes campaign a boost

By Ralph Jones  

Thousands gathered for a pro-union rally in Trafalgar Square on Monday, but what impact will they have? © Ralph Jones

The crowd came together slowly in Trafalgar Square, ahead of Monday’s pro-Union rally on Scottish independence. Called only three days previously, it was organised by the unofficial Let’s Stay Together campaign co-founded by the TV historian Dan Snow, and was rumoured to involve the likes of Eddie Izzard (it did) and Mick Jagger (it…

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