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Scotland says no: The nationalist can of worms is now well and truly open

Scotland says no: The nationalist can of worms is now well and truly open

By Matthew Gwyther Friday, 19 September 2014

The Scottish 'no' vote has stoked up the disgruntled English still further and will inevitably play into the hands of nationalists here, says Matthew Gwyther.

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