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Adam & Eve/DDB launches pro-union Scottish Heartstrings initiative

Adam & Eve/DDB and Tribal Worldwide have created a digital platform for the pro-union Let's Stay Together campaign, designed to let the public celebrate the achievements of Scots and Scotland as part of the UK.


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