A party political broadcast by the Scottish Labour Party.
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Since the independence referendum,
friendships and families have been divided.
We've seen so much division, so much of the politics of "us and them".
You can no longer have a healthy conversation about politics.
It's now become a thing that you just don't talk about
if you don't want to start an argument.
Other Scots looked at you in a different way
just because you chose a different vision for your country.
We've spent too many years obsessing
over the differences that divide us,
and we've not achieved
anything greater within that time.
I'm from the Western Isles and I've had lots of friends and family
have to move away from the island to find work on the mainland.
It's become a particular problem for young people in Scotland today.
We need a government that's focused on creating jobs
all across the country, no matter where you live.
Politics is already so polarised,
and the attention's being taken away from places where it should be.
As a medical student, you do see the struggles
of the health care service.
I work as a domestic at St John's in Livingston.
It's sad to see one of our greatest assets as a country
just left aside of the agenda.
When the NHS works, it changes people's lives.
It's such an important part of being Scottish.
Right now, I'm training to be a teacher because
if my teachers weren't there for me,
then I would've probably fallen through the railings.
Education is the most powerful weapon that a country can ever use,
and that's why I think it's so important
that we invest in it instead of cutting it.
We need a government that will build more houses,
especially more affordable houses.
It doesn't matter whether you're rich or poor,
everyone should have the same chance and opportunity
to own a home at some point in their lifetime.
Unity means pulling together for the benefit of everyone,
despite where someone comes from or what they look like.
The world is changing so quickly that it's more important than ever
that Scotland's voice is heard.
The best way to achieve this is as part of the UK,
while still allowing the decisions that affect Scotland the most
to be taken in the Scottish Parliament.
We're divided enough. We need to unite now.
We need to see what's best for Scotland.
There's far more that we agree on than what we disagree on,
and that's what we should be focusing on for our future.
Scotland is stronger as a nation when we work together.
Just look at what we've achieved in the past -
the NHS, the minimum wage, the Scottish Parliament -
all things won against the odds because we chose to stand as one.
We have an opportunity now to create a nation that we all want.
We all voted for a better Scotland. Let's make one.