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It was standing room only in the Kilmarnock Yes Shop on Titchfield Street when my talking tour began at the end of January.

Looking out over the audience there were a few familiar faces – some family members, one or two retired teachers from my school days, and others who knew me from childhood. The atmosphere was warm and welcoming, and why wouldn’t it be? Kilmarnock is, after all, my home town. Support for independence here was significant in 2014 and since then the town has comprehensively rejected Labour – the British unionist party which had held the Kilmarnock and Loudoun Westminster constituency since the creation of the seat.

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