Voters who want Scotland to stay part of the UK are being invited to vote tactically on Thursday by a think-tank that has produced a list of pro-union candidates most likely to beat the SNP in each constituency.

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The Scottish Research Society aims to collect relevant materials from sources inside and outside the public domain, with which to commission academic works on subjects related to the ongoing constitutional debate.

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The economic arguments against separation are overwhelming.

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Are there not enough divisions in the world, Brian Wilson on Scottish independence...

September 15, 2014 • Are there not enough divisions in the world? Rt Hon Brian Wilson...

Op-Ed: You can be a No voter and a proud Scot

September 15, 2014 • There is less than three days before the historic vote that will...

The SNP’s mask is slipping

September 15, 2014 • Jim Sillars has spilt the beans. The former deputy leader of the SNP...

Scotland should lead the UK not leave it, says Gordon Brown

September 15, 2014 • Why the future for Scotland should not be to leave the United Kingdom but to lead it. Gordon...

Uncertainties following a Yes vote would harm investment, confidence and economic performance

• SRS White Paper •

Legal consequences of Scottish independence #indyref

September 14, 2014 • Don’t let Salmond pull the wool over your eyes. Professor Adam Tomkins from the...

George Galloway, Why we need to vote NO #indyref

September 14, 2014 • George Galloway talks to the SRS about why we should vote NO on...

September 14, 2014 • Daily Media Round Up Sept 14th