‘No Borders’ ads raise the political ante in Scotland

The ‘No Borders’ freelance anti-independence campaign in Scotland has certainly ruffled a lot of feathers (see storv and comments), especially the most controversial cinema element.

This one saying that Scots will no longer have automatic access to some key NHS facilities aroused particular ire and promoted a rebuttal from children’s hospital Great Ormond Street in London.

We don’t know if Scots will or won’t (I suspect nobody quite does at the moment). But the point of the No Borders campaign was to put some fire into the anti-independence campaign and it seems to have succeeded.

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About Stephen Foster

Stephen is a former editor of Marketing Week and London Evening Standard advertising columnist. He wrote City Republic for Brand Republic and is a partner in communications consultancy The Editorial Partnership.
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