THE future of Scotland after September 18 will be the focus of a special Devil’s Advocate debate hosted by the Evening News on Monday night.
An impressive panel of speakers – including Patrick Harvie MSP, co-covener of the Scottish Green Party, Kezia Dugdale MSP, Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Professor Alan Archibald, deputy director at the Roslin Institute, and National Collective organiser Mairi McFadyen – will talk about their hopes and fears ahead of the poll and how Scotland can best move forward afterwards, whatever the result.
The chairperson will be Euan McGrory, Deputy Editor of the Evening News.
The event will take place in front of an invited audience in the historic surrounding of the Devil’s Advocate bar in historic Advocate’s Close, one of the seats of Scottish Enlightenment debate.
But, with the polls on a knife edge, what are your biggest hopes and fears for Scotland’s future after September 18? And how best do you think the nation can heal any wounds that may be left after the Referendum campaign? Let us know your thoughts – and any questions you may have for our panellists – by posting below