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Wee Blue Update

Posted on August 18, 2014 by

Help. We’ve been absolutely swamped in demand for The Wee Blue Book. (We’re not ignoring emails, just using them to put together a database for distribution.) We’ve used the proceeds of our mindbogglingly successful fundraiser to get 250,000 copies thundering through the print presses as we speak, but an order that size takes quite a while, and the full run probably won’t be in our depots across the country until the end of the month, though we should have a preliminary batch of 20,000 out before that.

But we’ve also been deluged with requests from people and local groups looking for sources and advice on how to print some of their own, so if you just can’t wait, an alert reader has tracked down what we think must be an unbeatable price.

stuprint (no relation, honest) will knock up 6,000 copies from our print-ready PDF file, turned round in a speedy 4-5 days, for an exceptionally reasonable £1,590 all in – there’s no VAT on books. You can contact them for a quote on smaller orders.

If that’s more than you need, there are other options to get going right away.

Alert reader “@BBScotland” has provided this excellent, easy-to-follow guide to making copies on your own printer, using the special low-ink home-print edition. Click to enlarge. (NB “Foxit” is a freeware PDF reader, you may have others on your computer like Adobe Acrobat Reader, but the principle should be the same.)


Otherwise, just keep on tweeting and sharing, or make some promo cards, or whatever it takes to get a copy in front of undecided or persuadable-No voters in one format or another. (The digital edition has now passed 300,000 downloads in a week.) We’ve got truckloads on the way, but the clock is ticking. Readers are taking all sorts of magnificently inventive approaches to get the word out.


We’re hearing amazing tales of votes being turned around by the Book. It seems like it really could make a difference. Let’s make it happen.

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  1. Ian Brotherhood says:

    ‘…arf arf arf arf ruff! Arf wee blue book ruff arf arf.’

    ‘Rarf! Arf arf ruff arf arf wee blue book ruff arf rarf…’

    See? Even the dogs in the street are talking about it.

  2. Oneironaut says:

    @Ian Brotherhood
    Has that Wee Ginger Dug been telling them all about it then? 😉

  3. gordoz says:

    Sorry OT but..

    Rev- Im astonished n’at

    Have just seen an ‘Orinary Mother’ and sure I’ve ‘seen members of UKIP’ in their Ref broadcast on STV just minutes ago!

    As wee Johann would say – Im fair astonished !!

  4. Lesley-Anne says:

    Absolutely amazing Stu. I really don’t know what we would have done without you and your energy. 😉

    I’ve been in contact with Morag about getting some WBB’s for our wee patch around Annan. However, there are areas West of us like YES stewartry and YES Wigtown who may not have access to the WBB in hard print and travelling to Melrose is going to be a big job for them. :0

    We have a YES meeting on Wednesday night and I’ll ask our group if they know of any local storage facility that can handle around 10,000 or so WBB’s. Fai;ling this it will be down to us to act as go between for YES Stewartry and YES Wigtown to coordinate deliveries to them from Melrose, always providing Melrose can facilitate us all that is. 😛

  5. ronnie anderson says:

    (Bigots Together ) Yvonne Hama I had a run in with her in Airdrie,(July) Yes Stall ( She is NOT in any Orange Order Lodge) she has a mouth like a Sewer, no members of the LLOL in Airdrie would stand in the Main St & shout & swear.She is from Plains outside Airdrie.I only noticed tonight on BBc Scotland.

  6. I printed out the WBB today at my local library. 72 pages £7.20. Worth it.

  7. Nana Smith says:


    Saw the ad and there was quite a few of the BT/Naw folk we’ve seen before.
    I’m sure the older woman was asleep at the tory party conference and she was in the pensions leaflet.

  8. Lesley-Anne says:


    Page views for Wings over the last 30 days has gone OVER 5 Million. Well someone somewhere must be telling someone about Wings … Anyone got any ideas who has been spreading the word? 😉

    Just read on Twitter as well that word about the WBB is even reaching the ears of undecided voters. Folks out canvassing are even now being asked by undecided voters where they can get hold of a copy of the WBB. 😛

    Is it me or are we seeing signs now of a TEN or TWENTY fold INCREASE in the pressure on Better Thanks/NO Together/ Project Feart or whatever? 😛

  9. Juteman says:

    Tipping point has been reached.
    It’s coming yet, for a’ that. 🙂

    I’ve looked out the fireworks for sending aff the La.

  10. Flower of Scotland says:


    Bettertogether Referendum broadcast! You’ll never believe it! It’s Clare Lally again and Yvonne Hama! Are these the only two women BT can get to speak for them!

    Well done Stu with the wee Blue Book! An enormous contribution to Scottish Independence. It’s in my iBooks.

  11. Harry McAye says:

    That Yvonne women was in the Proud Scot But (one woman actually said those words!) PPB tonight. Potential scandal?

  12. Lesley-Anne says:

    What does it say about Better Thanks/ NO Together/ Project Feart or whatever when they include apparent racist supporters in their TV broadcasts? 😉

    What was wrong, could they not get their supporters from Suff of the border bused up in time to do the broadcast? 😛

  13. haud on the noo says:

    Am a proud scot but….ffs its so predictable.

    You do wonder if they are trying to lose it.

  14. Rev. Stuart Campbell says:

    “I’ll ask our group if they know of any local storage facility that can handle around 10,000 or so WBB’s”

    10,000 won’t actually be THAT big. I’d estimate you’d be able to get that many stacked one-deep along one wall of an average garage, if they were in boxes about the size of a shoebox.

  15. Paula Rose says:

    Honeys – are you all volunteering to help your regional referendum agents? I’m off back to stuffing envelopes and knocking on stranger’s doors.

  16. Lesley-Anne says:

    Thanks Stu. I’ll mention that to the group on Wednesday. I rekon 10,000 would probably do to cover the undecideds in our area, Stewartry and Wigtown areas as well. 😛

  17. Rev. Stuart Campbell says:

    There’s another thread for Yvonne Hama chat now, folks. Can we keep this one to WBB stuff? Ta.

  18. kestral says:

    I am putting some up on ebay for pre-order – I can then pre-print all envelopes – get the stamps on them

    I was thinking


    these are for small order for people who believe they have a couple of don’t know friends who would be swayed by this book

    Often because you have a relationship with the person, you have a trust level that makes them easier to tip into yes

    I am going to ask that people do not purchase multiple quantities ie 2*10pack – pinch books back off pals once you have converted them

    Welcome comments and peoples feeling on whether this is an effective method of distribution or holds true that friends may be the easiest to convert

  19. twenty14 says:

    @ Kestral – I’m up for that and I’ll take about 10 for now. Just give us the nod when they’re on Ebay

  20. Thepnr says:

    So with 250,000 we can reach 10% of all housholds as a minimum. These will then be shared, I think reaching twice that number is achievable and may make all the difference on the final outcome.

    Rev for all the great work you have done to date nothing is likely to be as important as getting the WBB into peoples hands.

    Let’s finish the campaign on a high and get them out there. I remember in my post “Diary of A Cybernat” I said there would be “10,000 Wingers out there delivering all kinds of information”.

    Pretty close, if the rest come anywhere near true it’s a done deal 🙂

  21. Gavin Greig says:


    That’s a great idea. I would certainly go for that.

  22. Cindie says:

    @Kestral, that’s a brilliant idea. I’ll be watching for your update

  23. Paula Rose says:

    I am writing letters longhand to friends and relatives who do not have broadband access, or are seriously undecided, and those who are community activists. When I get my copies these will be ready to go. There was a comment about a chat forum to co-ordinate WBB distribution, its not working for my operating system, with the print run we have plus the downloads and individual initiative what is our coverage?

  24. Jim McIntosh says:

    @kestral – great idea, grateful if you could give the ebay ID number or title once it’s up.

  25. Les Wilson says:

    The sling is being pulled back, just wait till it flies!

  26. Stewart fae stoney says:

    I printed out a pile of copies at work and distributed them about the offices. Also sent emails round everyone I know with the wee blue book attached with the covering note “If you sing Flower of Scotland, please read and forward on to as many people but if you vote No and have an urge to sing rule Britannia then please read and then you choose what you do with it. Its a great book Stu well done

  27. Brendan says:

    All this action is great. Remember-Grassroots campaigns always win!

  28. Big Al says:

    I can’t afford to do prints etc but want to help distribute the WBB, round Linthouse preferably. Can anyone involved in the area contact me? tartanthing at hotmail dot co dot uk . Apologies if I’ve broken any rules posting my email addy Rev!

  29. Morag says:

    Big Al, is anyone doing Fulbar Road in Shieldhall? I have to friend there who seems only to have the post-delivered items. I’ll get to her, but something through the door would help.

  30. M4rkyboy says:

    Quarter a million blues should carry a custodial sentence,especially considering the clear intent to distribute.

  31. Archie [not Erchie] says:

    @ Big Al – No apologies needed re your email address and there’s quite a few folk here who cannot do loadsa prints, much as we would like to. Just be patient for the print run to be completed from HQ and if you are stuck for copies then just post here again. Where is Linthouse? 🙂

  32. Thepnr says:

    Distribution now is key, first the large scale then the volunteers and finally the readers. At least that is how I see it.

    Right across the country for the main distribution and from where they can be collected. I also think we need to have a method of deciding genuine Wingers from those that would destroy them at the volunteer level.

    Don’t want any falling into the wrong hands.

  33. Thepnr says:

    Oh, and a final point. My son earlier today had what I think is a good idea. Those that finally distribute them should put a small slip inside asking that if they found the WBB useful, then please pass on for some one else to read.

    There is merit in that.

  34. Graeme Doig says:


    Nice one. 10 for me (for personal use… honest officer).
    Still trying to get local Yes to get big order in.

  35. twenty14 says:

    @Thepnr – you have a point. Whats to stop a whole lorry load of WBB disappearing or being dumped in the canal. Think a wee bit of thought has to go into storage and distribution. Rev must have a list of names that go far back and from these trusted names they could be handed down to the rest of us. I might already be way behind the curve – hope so

  36. Famous15 says:

    Remember the WBB is available to download so if folk cannot wait DOWNLOAD and help to save the planet !

  37. Nana Smith says:

    I wonder if before distributing the wee blue books the content should be checked…for printing errors etc

  38. Robert Louis says:

    Kestral regarding Ebay,

    A good idea. Post a link, and costs etc..

    Small numbers are useful for some folks.

  39. Big Al says:

    Archie, Linthouse is the classy part of Govan 😉 (just west of BAE)

    Morag, don’t know Fulbar road, but happy to hunt it out to deliver.

    Thepnr I will use my numbered friends of Wings badge as ID, maybe volunteers can be matched to various Wings donor lists? Obviously wont cover all distributors but may help identify the genuine volunteers.

  40. Ian Mackay says:

    Thepnr, that’s a great idea. Or you could register copies with and leave them at various points about the country stating that you would like the book to remain in Scotland till the 18th September but ‘crossed’ as many times before that.

  41. ronnie anderson says:

    @Nana Smith proof reading by my good self ha ha, no Nana its been proof read by a few Wingers so should be ok,its the message that counts.

  42. Nana Smith says:

    @ronnie anderson

    I meant could the printing be tampered with.

  43. kestral says:

    Does anyone have one of these the stu ones that they can weigh for me

    been told they are 145g – but that seems very heavy

    it makes 10 of the 1.45kg – and thats 5.15 to send

    Can anyone double check

    stu you got kitchen scales?

  44. call me dave says:

    WBB superb! Made ten to give to a group of individuals I work with or meet as neighbours. All distributed reaction good.

    I’ll order some more from sources on Wings Links.

    Watched this earlier tonight you can catch up at the link below.

    Daily Independence Convention news update. Number 1

  45. Thepnr says:

    I hope everyone that donated hopes to get their hands on some to share with those that are undecided or soft No’s.

    If you don’t know enough of them 🙂 pass the WBB to a Yesser you know that does.

    The goal is to get ALL of them in circulation. We can do that.

  46. Zeonglow says:

    The doomed YES2AV Campaign’s booklets turned up about three days after the vote… Not trying to worry you or anything. Fingers crossed.

  47. Thepnr says:


    That’s why we have Wings. Faster delivery.

  48. kendomacaroonbar says:


    Update on the highly desireable “First Edition” WBB’s will come off the press late Thursday this week. Demand is high so hopefully we can satisfy the early birds until the Rev’s 2nd Edition (lol)shortly thereafter.

  49. kestral says:

    ok people that’s them up

    I have changed quantities of the packs to maximise postal price

    At 145 grams each sending 8 or 10 would be as expensive as sending 12

    so you have a choice of


    I will try to get some of the business cards printed and throw a few in with your order

    All dates are still estimates given to me – I will pre-print all labels and make up boxes ready for booklets landing

  50. Jim McIntosh says:

    Thx kestral – ordered 12.

  51. Thepnr says:


    1st Edition eh! Like the sound of that, for those unaware ken has chipped in £3 grand of his own money to get these printed. Which was extremely generous.

    As well as those that have already already ordered if you would like some of the first edition, email ken for 500 books at £100 and help the man get some of his hard earned back.

    Hope I have got that right Ken?

  52. HandandShrimp says:


    The AV Yes campaign was indeed lacklustre but the WBB exists and has already been downloaded 300,000 times and many printed versions are already out there. The 250,000 copies Stu has on the printing presses should be hitting the decks soon to add to the fun. There are going to be a lot of WBBs.

  53. Nana Smith says:


    Ordered 12.

  54. Baheid says:

    Cheers Kestral, 48 ordered

  55. Dave lewis says:

    Out canvassing tonight all the DK’s given the address for the wee blue book some of them said that they had heard something about it. Word is spreading like wild fire. But we need everyone to pass on this info to all and sundry.

  56. Alistair Gray says:

    I used these people …

    6,000 copies for £1118

    100 GSM, not 130

    5-7 day production time + delivery time.

    Extra cost for expedited service.

  57. alistair says:

    Must admit I would like to know what approach if any is being organised to distribute these to don’t knows.
    many of the Yes groups have lists of DK’s from their canvassing. Wouldn’t it be optimal to get the Wbb*s to those lists if possible ?
    Else do we all just stand at shopping centres and hand out or at work. All seems a bit ad-hoc in terms of targetting and getting hold of a professional printed version instead of home printed job.

  58. Hugh Wallace says:


    Nice one! You have just received an order of 12 from me kage110

  59. kestral says:

    Please remember 1 each at the moment

    we will speak to stu / kininvie about putting up more

    those who have ordered more than one will have money returned for extra and will only receive 1

  60. Callum says:

    If anyone with a massive order is happy to sell 100 or so books to me I’d be really happy and can come and pickup (I have a van too). I have emailled StuPrint but suspect that they may be inundated.

    I stay in Bridge of Allan and am hoping to drop them through the doors of my neighbours who are largely of the no-thankyou-dear demographic.

    contact me on twitter @rapiddescentsco

  61. Baheid says:


    oops! didn’t know there was a limit, dozen is good for a start.


  62. kestral says:

    no problem Baheid

    I had put it in a post here earlier but forgot to put it on the listing – all listing now state it

    Its just to try to give everyone a fair shot at at least getting a couple – re-use of conversion material is thoroughly recommended – it never loses its potency


    Will try to source more when we settle what’s going where

  63. kestral says:

    we also have yes stickers for cars – sooooo if anyone doesn’t have them on their car – they are 2 for 99p including postage

    yes sticker spotting has become my prefered method of crashing my car into the one in front


    There are also WOS flyers in packs of 100 if anyone is feeling like a useful stroll with benefits for scotland and your health


  64. cearc says:

    That’s great Kestral. I ordered a dozen. Just what is needed, there are not a lot of people around here.

    I have printed out some already to make a start on some uninformed persons but the posh printers jobs will be even better.

    There is so little time with the postal votes going out soon.

  65. Alan Mackintosh says:

    kendo, could take 500 of you if you still have some. It would start getting them on the ground up here in Inverness. Any left and if so how shall I order them?

  66. kendomacaroonbar says:

    @Thepnr, Alan

    I’m getting inundated with requests for the book, so will try to fulfil as many as I can I just bumped up the order by a little more and should have a final number availability by Thursday

  67. Thepnr says:

    @Alan Mackintosh

    Ken’s email is:

  68. Thepnr says:

    Oops, sorry Ken and Alan for jumping in.

  69. Alan Mackintosh says:

    Kendo, ok, will wait to hear from you later in the week re availability,

  70. Ian Brotherhood says:

    Just a wee note for anyone worried about the alleged distancing of WOS by the official ‘Yes Scotland’ campaign…

    Worry ye not. It’s cobblers. I was in a Yes shop this afternoon, had a fifteen minute chat with the volunteers/other visitors, and the most animated exchanges were all about the WBB and the astonishing fundraiser.

    That shop will take WBBs, stock them and deliver them. I’ve alerted the relevant people, and it will happen.

    What’s going to stop it? Is the Glasgow Yes HQ despatching people to check that Yes shops aren’t holding any WOS-related material?

    No way. I dropped in there unexpectedly today, and they had a good stack of the WOS leaflets on prominent display, as well as a healthy scattering of flyers advertising our SSP meeting in Kilwinning earlier this evening.

    Ignore whatever ‘Yes’ HQ is saying. The people on the ground know what’s important. A month from now those shops will all be closing – make good use of them, and trust the people staffing them to do the right thing.

  71. Ian Brotherhood says:


    If you’re in the Three Towns/Kilwinning/Irvine areas and can’t get to Yes shops/order online, whatever other reason, please drop me a line. I have general ‘Yes’ material and hundreds of SSP badges. Happy to deliver, within a reasonable distance – I’m sure others will offer to cover adjacent areas (??!!)

    As and when (fingers crossed!) I get my requested wad of WBBs, same applies.

  72. Thepnr says:

    Well said, common sense prevails. We will decide what is stocked in OUR Yes shops. No one else.

  73. Brian Doonthetoon says:

    Hi Ian.

    I was in the YES shop in Dundee on Saturday, mentioned the WBB fundraiser to the guy there (someone had told him about it earlier in the day) and he said they were hoping to be a distribution hub for it, as they could “shift 1,000s”, to all the different YES groups in Dundee.

  74. Have ordered 12 but the delivery date of the 4th September seems quite far away ? thanks kestral.

  75. Billy McKinlay says:

    As a Scottish Greens supporter I must say I’m disappointed that the ‘wee blue book’ only seems to promote the SNP’s currency preferences while completely ignoring the preferences and plans of anyone else – including my party’s preference for a Scottish currency.

    We need to show that independence isn’t all about Salmond and the SNP, but unfortunately this book seems to contributing to the SNP’s agenda, which Patrick Harvie warned against:

    “the SNP’s attempts to imply – quite wrongly – that a Yes vote is an endorsement of everything in their “white paper”, Scotland’s Future. By treating the referendum like an election, and trying to convince people that a Yes vote is a vote for this weighty manifesto, there is a real danger that they will alienate those who don’t support SNP policy on anything from corporate tax cuts to military expenditure”.

  76. Derick fae Yell says:

    I am REALLY MISSING not having broadband at the minute. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!

    second or thirded Kestrel’s ebay idea for small deliveries. Good plan

  77. desimond says:

    Could we have a wee Picture ‘thang’ going with posts of the WBB in various places, could range from Holyrood to just someones wee hoose…doesnt matter but would give a good sense of camaraderie and heck, lets get a map of coverage up while we are there!

    Im in London this week, Im thinking The Scottish Office might fancy a copy!

  78. desimond says:

    @Ian Brotherhood

    In contact with my local YES person on Glasgow south side last week and they said they would welcome the WBB but couldnt ‘officially’ distribute alongsode leaflet drops.

    It was an email chat but i could mentally picture them doing that quotations in the air thing while typing officially ( which is impressive typing skills!) 🙂

  79. Rev. Stuart Campbell says:

    “As a Scottish Greens supporter I must say I’m disappointed that the ‘wee blue book’ only seems to promote the SNP’s currency preferences while completely ignoring the preferences and plans of anyone else – including my party’s preference for a Scottish currency.”

    The WBB isn’t about abstract theorising, it’s an attempt to give voters some concise straight talk about actual reality. And the harsh reality is that the Greens’ position on the currency doesn’t matter a toss. They have two MSPs.

    Debating the long-term future of the currency is something to be dealt with after independence. I don’t know anyone who thinks we should stay with Sterling forever, but initially we need a sensible transitional position. Sterling is currently the only option that’s actually on the table.

  80. Billy McKinlay says:

    “And the harsh reality is that the Greens’ position on the currency doesn’t matter a toss”

    Ah okay. Sorry, I was under the impression that a yes vote is a vote for independence only, and not for the particular preferences of whichever party happens to have the most seats.

    Just because the SNP are planning to try to push through their preference on currency after a yes vote without giving the people of Scotland a say and without a mandate to do so, doesn’t mean that the currency preferences of other parties shouldn’t be promoted – particularly as, as Patrick Harvie points out, implying that the SNP’s plan is the only option, as they and you are doing, leads to:

    “a real danger that they will alienate those who don’t support SNP policy on anything from corporate tax cuts to military expenditure”

  81. faolie says:

    @kestral says: ok people that’s them up

    Kestral, great idea. Added an item to the website with link to ebay

  82. desimond says:

    @Billy McKinlay

    I mind wee Duggie used to shout about SNP having no mandate, God how i miss him!

  83. Bill Brady says:

    The Wee Blue Book is working. When I dropped off childrens clothing at a community centre charity I tentatively suggested that 18th Sept could mark a turning point in the challenges we face in Scotland.

    She said she was undecided as was her colleague, I had just said have you read Wings Over… “Scotland” she said, “were just reading through the Wee Blue Book now”.

    Losing on the 18th is unthinkable. God help us!

  84. Graeme Doig says:

    Billy McKinlay

    Ach life’s too short and we’ve all got too much work to do….


    Got order in. Thanks mate.

  85. SMcD says:

    Just to say I’m happy to help distribute WBB in Dundee if anyone is planning on getting some out there. Just let me know……

  86. Colin Dunn says:

    @ Billy McKinlay says:
    Ah okay. Sorry, I was under the impression that a yes vote is a vote for independence only, and not for the particular preferences of whichever party happens to have the most seats.

    Rev can be a bit blunt 😉 but he’s right, I’m afraid.

    Post indy I’ll almost certainly be voting Green, but I still think the Green aspiration to have a different currency option is just that – an aspiration, not a reality of what will happen in 2016 after independence day. And it’s the hard, simple realities that the undecideds need just now to make up their minds.

  87. Footsoldier says:

    Are any WBB actually printed? I do a lot of home printing of booklets and flyers but I am finding it difficult to print the WBB in a manageable form, having followed the instructions precisely.

  88. Footsoldier says:

    I need a pile of WBB’s urgently. Put me down for hundreds,

  89. Alan Mackintosh says:

    Footsoldier, aye theres hunners of us wanting hunners…

  90. Neil says:

    This is a great idea. I’m going to get some of the business cards run off in the meantime. I’m no expert but isn’t the end of the month is a little late to start distribution?

  91. Chic McGregor says:

    The ones I printed off did great service at the Kirrie festivities at the Weekend doing the rounds in the pubs used and we even gave some to the Spirit of Independence boys and took some to the Forfar Yestival on the Sunday.

  92. Catriona Anderson says:

    Hi, I’d love these to be available in our indie bookshop for customers to pick up. How could i get some? Cheers

  93. Footsoldier says:

    My last post has not posted but ended up in contact email. Puzzled?

  94. Alan Mackintosh says:

    Footsoldier, Rev and his helpers are inundated with requests. Kendos first run is off the presses tomorrow, and the big run will be next week i think. Once copies start moving out for distribution we’ll get our hands on them, through local hubs prob. In meantime use the download versions linked on previous post to raise awareness. In the words of the film that dare not be mentioned. Hold…hold…hold…

  95. ronnie cowan says:

    As soon as we get more printed Yes Inverclyde shall be going back to all the undecided voters we have canvassed and if they are still undecided they will get a copy of the WBB. If we have to pay for all of them we shall. We are also hoping to be a hub for distribution.

  96. Gregor says:

    Really not sure if im just being an idiot but I dont think these print instructions work for me/are very clear…

    I’ve tried 3 times and I cant get it right for some reason, no matter what I do it seems to be missing out pages, really really strange because i’ve followed these instructions.

    Where you say you need to change from ‘front to back’ in printing options, I have to actually cancel my print first and then go and change it to back?

    I feel like an idiot!

  97. highseastim says:

    I have put copies of the “wee blue book”, in all the TV lounges on the rig I’m on, and passing another copy round my company colleagues, with good feedback so far!!

  98. Neil says:

    Hi there. I have ordered 5000 of the business cards promoting the Wee Blue Book and I will be distributing them around Edinburgh and possibly the Lothians. Does anyone have any idea where the areas of undecided or loose No voters are? I’d love to be able to target these areas for its obvious benefit.

  99. Colin Morrison says:

    Can you tell me if the Oban Yes Shop is on your distribution list for the Wee Blue Book?
    Many thanks,

  100. David says:

    Who or where are the hubs for distribution? We had a few on our stall yesterday and to say they are a game changer would be understating how awesome the reaction is. We desperately need more.

  101. RH says:

    The Designs for Business cards make good A6 flyers to. Been handing them out in Glasgow until we get some hands on some books!

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