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Voice 'neutral' in Scottish independence debate

Voice: the union for education professionals has confirmed that it is “neutral” on the issue of Scottish independence.

Senior Professional Officer (Scotland) Jennifer Hannah said: “Voice is not taking sides in the referendum debate.

“It is not the role of Voice to influence its members on how to vote.  This is a choice for individuals to make according to their own views.  Our members will make their own individual decisions and Voice will not attempt to influence them or others.

“Whatever the outcome of the referendum, Voice will be here to support all our members.”

Further information

Voice: the union for education professionals, which represents teachers, headteachers, lecturers, education support staff and early years and childcare professionals across the UK, is based in Derby and Edinburgh. An independent union, it is not affiliated to the S/TUC or to any political party.


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Contacts:


Voice Press Office (pressoffice@voicetheunion.org.uk) on 01332 372337 or 0794 871 0413, Senior Professional Officer Jennifer Hannah (scotland@voicetheunion.org.uk) on
0131 220 8241 or 07794466543 or General Secretary Deborah Lawson (deborahlawson@voicetheunion.org.uk) on 01332 372337 or 07725 960 132.

 

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