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Scots' no vote still leaves UK in limbo

The concessions offered by Westminster parties and their pledges of devolution are unprecedented and contradictory

Edinburgh SCOTLAND'S landmark decision to reject independence is not the end of British uncertainty. The 55:45 split, with almost all the votes counted early on Friday, leaves the UK intact. But the terms of the unionist victory introduce tensions which could yet lead to a national division. UK

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