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i Editor's Letter: The rules were simple: before the results are announced, don’t mention the S-word
Both Yes and No camps were confident of triumphing, they told us yesterday, briefing that their private research indicated victory was near. Bull. I don’t believe they had much more of an idea than the rest of us.
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