British Together is a campaign group set up by the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland to assist the mainstream Unionist groups leading up to and including the independence referendum in 2014.
Why the Union?
We believe we are "Better Together"
The positive case for the UK, the most successful political union the world has ever known.
Future generations of Scots deserve to have the best of both worlds, culturally, financially, secure and happy - Let's stick together....
A potted History of the greatest, political, economic and cultural union the world has ever witnessed.
Unionist resource archive in the form of videos, documents and audio. If you have anything to add, please let us know!
Got a Question? We are active on both Twitter and Facebook, or you can contact us here.
Let's stick together......
Welcome to the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland's special campaign site. It has been set up as an online focal point for the Order's campaign against separation in the forthcoming independence referendum in 2014
It will come as no surprise to most that the Orange Order in Scotland is fervently opposed to the break-up of the United Kingdom. Ever since the first Orange lodges were constituted in Scotland in 1797, we have been committed to a United Kingdom, headed by a constitutional Monarchy.
We are primarily a Christian and charitable fraternal organisation, we rarely step into the political arena. After all, the Orange Order is composed of men and women across Scotland with varying political ideas and opinions. However, the Union and remaining British, is a matter that unites us all.
We have a willing and vast membership, and we want to hear from you. If you think that you can help, or have any ideas, please don't hesitate to leave your details via the contacts page.
I remain convinced that with your help, the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland can help ensure that we remain "British Together".
- Henry Dunbar, Grand Master
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News and Events
SALMOND COMES A CROPPER ON OIL
Alex Salmond has lost a bet with journalist Trevor Kavanagh that the price of oild wouldn't fall below $50 a barrel.
THE INCREDIBLE SULK
In the wake of his referendum defeat, Alex Salmond resigns as First Minister and SNP leader. But have we really seen the last of him?
A GUID NEW YEAR TAE NICOLA
The Torch extends New Year greetings to Scotland's new First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon ...
JOHN KNOX - CHAMPION OF FAITH AND UNION
The giant of the Scottiah Reformation was a man who believed that Scotland's future would be best served through union with England ...
"ANYONE BUT ENGLAND" TO OPERATE SCOTRAIL?
The awarding of the Scotrail franchise to Dutch firm Abellio flies in the face of what seems a much better offer from a rival firm based in England ...
BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES
Alex Salmond can't take a joke!