A new poll published yesterday shows a rise in support for Scotland remaining within the UK.
The Redfield and Wilton Strategies survey revealed those backing No had risen to 49%, compared to 44% for Yes, an increase of one per cent.
Pamela Nash, chief executive of Scotland in Union, said:
“This is yet another poll affirming that the people of Scotland want to remain in the UK.
“It’s clear what constitutional future Scotland wants.
“So it’s time for the SNP-Green Government to get back to the day job instead of spending our money and time on trying to break up Britain.
“Our public services are in a terrible state.
“That’s because we have a nationalist government which cares about one thing and one thing only – breaking apart the UK.
“The SNP-Green coalition must take note of this poll and rethink its focus – no more spending on independence white papers and no more stoking up needless grievance with the rest of the UK.
“It’s time for the people’s priorities, not the SNP’s.”