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Sunday 19 October 2014

Breaking Apart the Union: 1975

“You’re entitled to wear the Macleod tartan,” my Grandmother said encouragingly, noticing my gaze had fallen on a photograph of a white kneed, kilted cousin.

I, long haired, wearing pre-punk loons and a cheesecloth shirt under an army-surplus greatcoat, wondered why anyone would ever wish to look so utterly ridiculous.

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