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First we had this:

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/12/12/asda-scottish-independence_n_4433722.html

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Scottish Independence: Asda Could Reduce Food Prices If Taxes Cut

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Then in the run up to the referrendum we got this:

http://www.itv.com/news/update/2014-09-11/asda-prices-would-rise-in-an-independent-scotland/

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Asda: Prices would rise in an independent Scotland"

Now we have this:

By49qZ-CYAAulPV.jpg

It would appear some in Scotland have had enough of being taken for a ride.

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First we had this:

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/12/12/asda-scottish-independence_n_4433722.html

"

Scottish Independence: Asda Could Reduce Food Prices If Taxes Cut

"

Then in the run up to the referrendum we got this:

http://www.itv.com/news/update/2014-09-11/asda-prices-would-rise-in-an-independent-scotland/

"

Asda: Prices would rise in an independent Scotland"

Now we have this:

By49qZ-CYAAulPV.jpg

It would appear some in Scotland have had enough of being taken for a ride.

It would seem the majority of Scottish people enjoy being taken for a ride.

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It would appear some in Scotland have had enough of being taken for a ride.

I'll let you into a secret: I used to be privy to some of the pre-brief offer material from Asda and Scotland would occasionally have cheaper prices for the same offers (vs. England and Wales).

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It would seem the majority of Scottish people enjoy being taken for a ride.

Do you ever actually stop?

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