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H.D.S. Greenway

Scotland's 300-year itch

By H.D.S. Greenway
March 20, 2007

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ON A winter’s day in 1707, this old, stone town saw the Scottish Parliament sign itself and the independence of Scotland out of existence by voting for a treaty of union with England that created Great Britain. Today, 300 years later, polls suggest that Scots who would undo all that seem poised for a significant victory in a restored ... (Full article: 750 words)

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