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As Donald Trump and his entourage swept into the Scottish Parliament early yesterday morning, a stiff breeze barrelled down from the Edinburgh crags and threatened to lift the famously thin but coiffured locks from the American entrepreneur's head.
American billionaire sweeps into Edinburgh to fight plan for a wind farm near his golf course
Examining the practicalities of an independent Scotland
While symbols of nationalism proliferate at the site of the battle, not everyone's mind is made up, says Hamish Macdonell