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Something that really baffles me about the endless (and incredibly monotonous) “debate” on Scottish independence is the sheer unfairness of referendums.

We hear about the second or further referendums, but if the Yes camp had won it, there would be no such talk!

Why on Earth should one side be allowed endless re-runs but not the other side?

At the very least, both parties should agree the result is binding for a long time. Otherwise, what is the point?

D Wilson

Watson Crescent