SNP activists to hold ‘day of ac tion’ on independence referendum

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13 Sep, 2018
SNP activists to hold ‘day of action’ on independence referendum
The SNP is to hold a national “day of action” on Scottish independence later this month, taking the temperature of the nation as it continues its preparations for a second referendum.
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Review: The V&A Dundee

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