Scottish Independence Referendum: 'Yes' campaign in Perth

Scottish Independence Referendum: 'Yes' campaign in Perth; Stewarton: INT Alex Salmond MSP (First Minister of Scotland) along with others and greeting man Salmond and others in factory Alex Salmond MSP (First Minister of Scotland) interview SOT - Yes, becuase it's in the best interests for Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom, the rest of the United Kingdom is our biggest export market, we'll be second biggest export market for England after the United States of America. What makes this compelling it's in both our interests, it's enlightened self interest, that means it's mutually beneficial for both parties Alex Salmond MSP (First Minister of Scotland) interview SOT - Behind the scenes view of course came in the Guardian newspaper leak, that the senior cabinet minister who said of course they'll be a currency union. Now the question for Scotland is do we believe the Conservative party when they are speaking privately or do we believe them when they are trying intimidate people in Scotland Alex Salmond MSP (First Minister of Scotland) interview SOT - Well obviously your contacts can't be as extensive as the Guardian newspapers, Let's take Professor David Blanch, member of the monetary policy committee, I mean he has described the attitude of the Westminster parties as campaign rhetoric and nothing more ... One of the lessons of this campaign surely is that the Westminster view of the world has been overtaken by events Alex Salmond MSP (First Minister of Scotland) interview SOT - You know when I was a boy inLinlithgow, long time ago, the lady next door was a lady called Nan Bothry, she was a wise, wise lady. She had a number of very favourite sayings, which I've taken with me through my life, but one of her most favouritewas that when Scotland became independent, as she put it, England would loose a surly lodger and gain a good friend and neighbour Salmond chatting to others as along through factory Salmond smiling and along

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