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Why couple raising baby on Scotland's most remote inhabited island have quit their secluded life

Daily Record Sunday, 8 October 2017
Why couple raising baby on Scotland's most remote inhabited island have quit their secluded lifeShaun Milner moved from Lincolnshire to Fair Isle with his girlfriend but has found love after their split and made the move to Shetland.
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