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The Scottish referendum may see the end of the Union Jack flag as we know it, but new representations of the St Andrews flag By Serena Tarling in London
Scotland these past few weeks has been watching a politician reborn. Gordon Brown had become Britain’s forgotten prime By Philip Stephens
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