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VOTE A LAUGH IT'S BEEN; The future of our country has been in the balance as the Yes and No campaigns battled to win over voters. But the run-up to the referendum had its lighter side, as seen in our gallery of bizarre pictures.

Pie-ayed Salmond The First Minister visited a bakery backing The First Minister visited a bakery backing the Yes campaign with pastry Getting in-tents Party leaders pushed No message by Getting in-tents Party leaders pushed No message by squeezing into a tent in Edinburgh Gangnam Gordon It was a passionate speech but Brown was caught in a pose which looked like a dad's wedding dance for Nicola support on with a locally made black pudding Full-blooded The Deputy First Minister stopped off on the campaign trail in Stornoway Lewis - and posed for a photograph ALL OUR POLITICAL COVERAGE ALL OUR POLITICAL COVERAGE ALL OUR POLITICAL COVERAGE blast Trumpet David Cameron visited a Shetland lighthouse A bit of tottie Alex Salmond examines some of the produce on offer at the Royal Highland Show par? under a during with schoolchildren Feeling looks a bit pained The First Minister golf challenge charity Supporting the Moo-nion Better Together campaign leader Alistair Darling was pleased to find a captive audience in this tethered cow on his visit to the Royal Highland Show Challenged No party leaders .. or an unlikely quiz team? question Loaded question Scottish Lib Dem leaders seem to be Scottish Lib Dem leaders seem to be contradicting their campaign poster By Eck, that's scary Scotland's First Minister is captured with a strange grimace on his face Brown and out The former PM appears tired after joining the No campaign trail campaigner the Saltire adorning another pet Canine One pooch in George Square admires Space In-Vader The Star Wars uber-baddie looked to have changed sides in Glasgow

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Sep 19, 2014
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