Flying the flag to keep union

WOKING Borough Council are flying the Scottish Saltire over the Civic Offices in support of Scotland remaining in the United Kingdom.

In the build-up to the controversial referendum on independence, Liberal Democrat Councillor Will Forster requested they fly the flag on their Gloucester Road premises.

WILL FORSTER MP - delighted the Council will fly the Scottish Saltire

WILL FORSTER MP – delighted the Council will fly the Scottish Saltire

Several other local authorities are also flying the St Andrew’s ensign above their respective town halls to show their support for the union.

Woking Borough Council started to fly the Saltire on September 11 and will continue to do so until the day after the referendum.

Cllr Forster (pictured) said: “The referendum on independence is clearly a matter for Scotland, but I am delighted the council agreed with me that we should fly the Scottish Saltire to show we want them to stay in the union.

FLAG DAY – Scotland are making a decision on independence

FLAG DAY – Scotland are making a decision on independence

“By flying the flag, Woking are sending a strong message that we want Scotland to say with the union.

“We are better together.”

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