Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond speaks at a 'Yes' campaign rally in Perth, Scotland September 17, 2014. (REUTERS/Dylan Martinez)
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Scotland's pro-independence leader Alex Salmond resigned as first minister and leader of his political party Friday, hours after Scots voted to remain in the United Kingdom.Salmond, who also resigned as head of the Scottish National Party, was upbeat about Scotland's future.As Scotland's fledgling first minister in 2007, Salmond made a referendum on independence his grand strategic goal and predicted, to general disbelief even from supporters, it would be won within a decade.
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