Front pages of national newspapers dispalying pictures and headlines related to Scotland's independence referendum are pictured on a newsstand in London on September 18, 2014 as Scottish go to the polls. AFP PHOTO/JUSTIN TALLIS
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With special front pages featuring flags and quotes from poet Robert Burns, British newspapers caught the drama and sense of history surrounding Scotland's independence referendum Thursday.The Daily Telegraph had a full-page photograph showing two men holding the blue and white Scottish Saltire and the red, white and blue Union Jack.Both the Scotsman and the Guardian chose "Day of Destiny" as their banner headline. The Guardian front page was taken up by a satellite map of Scotland, while the Edinburgh newspaper had a photograph of the entrance of the central counting center in the Scottish capital.
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