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  1. High Turnout Predicted as Scots Go to the Polls

    Will the UK still exist at this time tomorrow? After a rollercoaster campaign, the outcome of today’s Scottish independence referendum is too close to call. More than 4.2 million people — 97 percent of the adult population — have registered to vote, but the result will depend on the 600,000 or so who remain undecided. Polls close at 10 p.m. and results are expected early tomorrow, when Britain will find out how Great it remains.

    CNN, Reuters, FT, OZY

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