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Sir Sean Connery’s tax exile status keeps him away from independence debate
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Last week, Alan Cumming, another Scottish film star, flew in from the US to support the Yes campaign. The No campaign’s most prominent cheerleaders include JK Rowling, Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Paul McCartney, David Bowie and Sir Mick Jagger.
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Telegraph.co.uk

Sir Sean Connery's tax exile status keeps him away from independence debate
Telegraph.co.uk
Last week, Alan Cumming, another Scottish film star, flew in from the US to support the Yes campaign. The No campaign's most prominent cheerleaders include JK Rowling, Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Paul McCartney, David Bowie and Sir Mick Jagger.
British celebrities take sides on independenceChattanooga Times Free Press
What David Beckham, Sean Connery and the Queen have to say about Scottish Washington Post

all 29 news articles »

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