A group of 200 business leaders have signed an open letter expressing their support for a 'Yes' vote in the Scottish independence referendum.
The letter, published in The Herald, follows a similar statement from pro-Union business voices yesterday, which said the case for independence "has not been made".
In today's letter the pro-independence group says the UK government based in Westminster "do not and never will pay sufficient attention to the interests of Scotland's economy".
The signatories include the founder of transport company Stagecoach, Sir Brian Souter, and the former chief executive of William Hill, Ralph Topping.
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