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Scotland rejects independence

Pro-union supporters celebrate the referendum result
Scotland has rejected independence in a referendum that has left the centuries old United Kingdom intact but paved the way for a major transfer of powers away from London. Anas Sarwar, MP for Glasgow Central, and deputy leader of Scottish Labour, tweeted: "We did it! Yes and No - let's bring our country together. Memories of this campaign will stay with me...

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