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Punch Taverns overcame a major hurdle to reducing its debt burden on Wednesday after bondholders and shareholders approved By Scheherazade Daneshkhu
Thursday will be the “most exciting day in Scottish democracy”, Alex Salmond has told supporters as Scots prepare to go to By Kiran Stacey in Perth
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A day before Scotland votes on whether to become independent, Dundee looks like it is already holding a victory parade for By Kiran Stacey in Dundee
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Investigative journalists have been taught to follow the money since Watergate. When it comes to the Scottish referendum, By James Mackintosh
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