The Future of the Union

The Future of the Union

Our human connections—our friendships, relationships, business partnerships—they are underpinned because we are all in the same United Kingdom, and that is number one reason why we are stronger together: David Cameron

The Scottish Government doesn't want to lament decisions being taken at Westminster. We want to use the powers of independence to transform our country, rather than mitigate other people's mistakes. We want to get on with building a better Scotland; becoming a fairer and more prosperous country: Alex Salmond



The Scottish independence debate has finally caught the imagination of those south of the border. Polls are

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Helen Hart studied in Cardiff and Germany and qualified as a solicitor in 1998 after a training contract at Allen & Overy in London and Frankfurt. She spent over six years working in-house at Centrica plc and Palm Europe Limited focusing mainly on consumer, advertising and data protection law before returning to private practice at Stevens & Bolton where she was an associate in the corporate and commercial team. She worked for a legal publisher between 2008 and 2012 and has also worked in local government library services. Her main areas of expertise are general commercial law, advertising law and consumer law.