BREXIT BORDERS: HOW BREXIT IS SEEN ON THE SCOTTISH BORDER

As part of a series of reports, Euronews' Bryan Carter travels to both sides of the Scottish border to find out what ordinary citizens think about Brexit ahead of a parliamentary vote on prime minister Theresa May's withdrawal deal.

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Scottish: Scottish may refer to something of, from, or related to Scotland, an ancient country in northern Europe.
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