Bob Geldof. Bjork. David Beckham. David Attenborough. David Bowie. All have one thing in common.
Each one has made public declarations of their political leanings in the great debate for and against Scottish independence. Each one of them is a household name, too – instantly recognisable and renowned in their respective fields. But none of them – not one – can cast a vote that counts.
Scottish or not, the opinionated celebrity turn out to the vote has been, per percent of the famous population, monstrously high.
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