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FTSE's Scottish stocks higher
London markets were flat on the day Scotland went to the polls to decide on independence, but several of the risers in early trade on Thursday were those based north of the border.
FTSE LIVE: Traders 'hunker down' ahead of Scotland independence vote  
FTSE lags European bourses as Scotland vote starts  
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