The head of the official Scottish independence campaign has attacked "smears" from the no campaign and launched a broadside at politicians in Westminster as he attempted to drum up support for separation.
Yes Scotland chief Blair Jenkins, addressing the SNP Conference in Perth, said:
Vote Yes and we can say enough to the remote House of Commons and the ridiculous House of Lords. Enough of the war-mongers and the job-cutters; enough of the asset-strippers and mortgage-flippers; enough of the welfare-bashers and the bedroom-taxers.
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