Better Together mocked for “Patronising” appeal to female voters

Pro-union campaign group Better Together have been mocked for a referendum broadcast targeted towards undecided female voters.

Supporters on both sides of the political divide took to social media to lambast the video for speaking down to female voters and condescending prospective supporters.

The video, titled “The woman who made up her mind”, was posted to Better Together’s YouTube channel earlier today but comments are currently disabled, meaning that voters were left instead to take to Twitter and Facebook to voice their opinions on the broadcast.

You can read more by following the hashtag #patronisingbtlady.


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  1. […] Kingdom are making efforts to appeal to undecided voters. But one particular advertisement has caused(link is external) a fury of commotion online. The anti-separation campaign Better Together(link is […]


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