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Scottish independence: UK tax professionals breathe sigh of relief at “No” vote

Scotland yesterday voted to remain part of the UK, with 2,001,926 “No” votes versus 1,617,989 “Yes” votes in response to the question “Should Scotland be an independent country?” The rejection of independence is being celebrated by the UK tax community, as a “Yes” vote would have caused considerable turmoil for taxpayers, advisers and authorities on both sides of the border.

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