YOUR outstanding front page banner headline, “Six weeks to Save Scotland” (The National, October 30), says it all.

December 12 will be Scotland’s D-Day when the Scottish electorate will decide either to take the road to independence or decide to remain a UK “colony” governed by Westminster. Such an outcome could mean that the NHS and other public services could be privatised by Westminster and without our consent. 

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It must be remembered that without exception all of the Scottish Tory MPs have, irrespective of the wishes of their constituents, backed Boris Johnson’s Brexit proposals. It is acknowledged that these proposals would bring about a steep rise in unemployment in Scotland together with a diminution of living standards.

It would be poetic justice if those Tory MPs who have supported the PM, who is blatantly anti-Scottish, were among the first to experience the curse of unemployment.

Thomas L Inglis