Labour leader Ed Miliband visited Midlothian last week to galvanise the party faithful ahead of the independence referendum and next year’s Wesminster General Election.
“I want to persuade as many people as possible of the case of staying together. Say ‘no’ in the referendum but ‘yes’ to change in the UK. People are telling me they are unhappy with the way things are with a Tory government in London and we have got to get them out. I am here with a message of change,” Mr Miliband told the Advertiser.