Taken from today's Sunday Times ': 'Alex Salmond acted illegally by denying exiled Scots a vote in the Independence Referendum according to one of Britain's leading QCs. Aidan O'Neill, an expert in EU law, said the decision has good prospects of being overturned in a judicial review.'
Seemingly, there is a group of influential England based Scots, including Kenny Logan and Alex McLeish who are gathering support to mount the legal challenge in the hope of overturning Salmond's decision. If the case comes to court and a ruling has not been given before September 18th, it may well delay the referendum.
Why should people who do not live in Scotland vote in a referendum which is going to have a massive impact on our country, they could swing the vote which would be very unfair when they no longer reside here. Leave is resident scots to vote on what we want for us and our country.