A shopkeeper along the Royal Mile in Edinburgh makes his stance on the upcoming Sept. 18 independence referendum clear. He’s used the sales rack for the daily newspaper to proclaim his support for the pro-independence side, known as “Yes” (Lesley Clark/McClatchy/MCT)
A shopkeeper along the Royal Mile in Edinburgh makes his stance on the upcoming Sept. 18 independence referendum clear. He’s used the sales rack for the daily newspaper to proclaim his support for the pro-independence side, known as “Yes” (Lesley Clark/McClatchy/MCT) MCT
A shopkeeper along the Royal Mile in Edinburgh makes his stance on the upcoming Sept. 18 independence referendum clear. He’s used the sales rack for the daily newspaper to proclaim his support for the pro-independence side, known as “Yes” (Lesley Clark/McClatchy/MCT) MCT

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