What the No Vote Means for the Celtic Nations

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Over the last couple of weeks members of the Breizh, Éire, Kernow and International Branches travelled to Alba (Scotland) to help campaign for a Yes vote in the Scottish referendum.

After the No vote, there should be time for reflection. But, as can be seen from the video shorts below, despite the disappointment at the result, campaigners remain positive and as sure as ever that, in the words of Alex Salmond, the campaign must continue, because “the dream shall never die” for Scotland and the other Celtic countries.

Below are some different perspectives from people about what the No vote means for their respective Celtic nation.

Alba (Scotland):

Breizh (Brittany):

Éire (Ireland):

Kernow (Cornwall):

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What the No Vote Means for the Celtic Nations

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Celtic League
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