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Saturday, 26 July 2014

"YES" Scottish Independence, A Date with Destiny - The World is waiting



Nelson Mandela, who died  aged 95, visited Glasgow 20 years ago to thank the city for its support in the fight against apartheid in his native South Africa. Why did the man who had spent almost three decades in prison applaud the efforts of the people of Scotland's biggest city?

In a speech at the City Chambers in Glasgow on 9 October 1993, he said: "While we were physically denied our freedom in the country of our birth, a city 6,000 miles away, and as renowned as Glasgow, refused to accept the legitimacy of the apartheid system, and declared us to be free." 
Scottish Independence Referendum 2014, "YES" Is the Answer