David Maddox

The Scotsman

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Political reporter for The Scotsman newspaper in Edinburgh, Scotland

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We’ll know tomorrow if, after more than three centuries together, Scots have decided to stay part of the United Kingdom or go it alone in their own, independent, country.

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We’ll know tomorrow if, after more than three centuries together, Scots have decided to stay part of the United Kingdom or go it alone in their own, independent, country.

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