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Making their Voices Heard

“I don’t know about you, but I felt that Saturday was a major turning point… a feeling that there is an increasing desire for another referendum… an amazing historic day.” This was how Lynne Copeland of Over 60s for Scottish Independence summed up the wonderful AUOB march in Glasgow in May. And it really was an amazing event! I don’t think any of us imagined that so many people would take part, nor that the response from passers-by would be so positive.

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iScot Magazine August 2018 issue is a colourful 124 page glossy magazine, choc full of the best crack from Scotland. Voted July 2018 as the best of the best World Cup of Magazines by Pocketmags readers. #MonTheIScot

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