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A 'Better Together' campaigner, in a T-shirt with a Scots word for no...Photo: Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/Getty "It's a great debate you get in a pub," says Laurence Brunton, landlord of the Castle Hotel on Dunbar High Street. The regular lunchtime
David Cheskin/PA The Scottish National party has dropped its legal challenge against the BBC for refusing to allow its leader Alex Salmond to take part in the televised leaders' debates . Salmond's party had won permission for a judicial review of
Labour's Jim Knight said BT had agreed to leave a fibre optic cable installed in the county after the Olympics but it needed to be made viable. Conservative Bob Walter said service providers needed to recognise that rural communities needed broadband.
University of Huddersfield professor Bob Cywinski said the UK could face blackouts within 20 years if investment in nuclear power did not come quickly. Ed Miliband said Labour had plans for nuclear power and renewable energy. The Conservatives said