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Oil boom city has been hard-fought battle ground. No vote expecting victory.
‘Yes City’ could be first of the big urban population centres to return. If Yes fails to win big here, it looks grim for Alex Salmond.
Scottish capital is vital to future of Union. It is expected to opt for No.
Gordon Brown’s home patch and considered a vital swing area in the referendum
campaign. No will be desperate to win.
Scotland’s biggest city could decide the fate of the nation. No needs its traditionally Labour-loyal areas to come out.
A political earthquake really will be underway if this area, home to Scotland’s one Tory MP, returns anything than a decisive No vote.
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