The Nightmare after No

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  The Yes campaign should be commended for maintaining a strong sense of positivity and vision in its quest to persuade Scots to vote Yes in September.
 
Activists have helped engage the undecided voters with thousands of events the length and breadth of Scotland, they field questions and provide answers.

  The Yes campaign should be commended for maintaining a strong sense of positivity and vision in its quest to persuade Scots to vote Yes in September.
 
Activists have helped engage the undecided voters with thousands of events the length and breadth of Scotland, they field questions and provide answers.

The No campaign by comparison have lurched from scare to threat and back again.  The latest tactic is to plead with foreign politicians to make anodyne statements that can be turned into helpful headlines back home.
 
Obama, Clinton and … most bizarrely of all, Chinese Premier Li have all answered questions from a UK media which is now clutching at straws as it tries to stop the Yes campaign’s momentum.
 
Whilst predictions of Yes-doom regularly feature in headlines, few outlets have pursued what might happen if Scots vote No.
 
So what does await Scotland in the aftermath of a No vote?  The latest animation from Duggy Dug seeks to answer this very question.
 
The fifth, and final animation in the series, sees a sleeping Duggy transported to a future Scotland which has voted No.
 
An old and grey Duggy reveals what happened to Scotland’s block grant.  What did a No vote mean for the NHS, Free travel for the elderly, the Bedroom Tax, our education system and our EU membership.
 
Find out how Trident fared and the politicians who campaign on behalf of Westminster.
 
It’s a part of the referendum campaign that has yet to be exposed.

Duggy Dug – The No Nightmare.

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See more from Duggy at http://duggydug.com