Labour man's switch

A LEADING member of the Labour movement has switched his backing from No to Yes in the independence campaign.

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Councillor Stephen Dornan said he believes it is the only way to fully protect Scotland's National Health Service.

Mr Dornan said: "Our health service is a brilliant institution. It doesn't matter if you're penniless or a millionaire - health will take priority, not your income, but it can only be protected if Scotland votes Yes next month.

"With a No vote, we will be paying for our own healthcare within just a matter of years."

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