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Scottish Independence and Scotland's Future
Scotland's National Borders

Scotland's national borders comprise one terrestrial border with England and sea borders, two with England and several with other countries. The western sea border with England extends seaward from the Solway Firth. The eastern border extends into the North Sea from the mouth of the River Tweed.

The National Borders of Scotland
A paper by Dr James Wilkie and Edward Means (pdf)
A Quick Look at Scotlandís National Borders
A shorter version of the above document
Scotland's Stolen Sea
An updated version of the above documents (pdf)

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