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Why women should be voting No

The problems which face women are the same on both sides of the border—and women can only face them together

By Talat Yaqoob  

Better Together leader Alistair Darling launches a new ad van campaign in Greenock in Scotland. © Danny Lawson/PA Wire/Press Association Images

The referendum has sparked political discussion across Scotland. For many it has created the opportunity to consider why politics has previously felt irrelevant to their lives. For me, I want individuals from across Scotland to feel powerful and that they can spark political change. I want them to have…

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