Susan Stewart

Women for Independence

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Founding member of Women for Independence. From 2001-05 she was First Secretary, Scottish Affairs; Scotland’s first diplomat to the US, following the creation of the Scottish Parliament in 1999 in Argyll, Scotland

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It’s been 307 years since Scotland and England became the United Kingdom, but generations of Scots have never lost their yearning for independence.

Scotland Poised to Vote on Independence

It’s been 307 years since Scotland and England became the United Kingdom, but generations of Scots have never lost their yearning for independence.

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