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Whisky makers in pro-EU Scotland raising a toast to Brexit boon

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The plunge in the value of the pound following the Brexit vote has made exports cheaper, benefiting Scotland's distilleries as 90 per cent of their whisky is sold outside Britain.

Glasgow

WHILE most of Scotland voted against leaving the European Union, whisky makers have quietly been raising a wee dram to a side-effect of the Brexit vote - a plunge in the value of the pound.

The currency devaluation has made exports cheaper, generating a bump since 90 per

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