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August 16, 2007

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Toque

I just finished reading this book, and whilst I don't (obviously) always agree with Aughey I do think it is an excellent overview of the situation.

I have to say that I found the bit on Nairn pretty funny and I did wonder how you and other students of Nairn would react to it.

Tom Griffin

I agree that it is an excellent overview of the situation. I do, however, think that it dismisses the practical impact that the West Lothian Question has had on public policy in England too easily.

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