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Rivalry between Edinburgh and Glasgow may have began over an argument about bread. An account of a heated row between 17th century bakers in Scotland's two largest cities has been found by Professor Robert Crawford, who is researching for a book on Edinburgh and Glasgow. Crawford said: "The famous, often-misunderstood rivalry between Glasgow and Edinburgh began over 300 years ago. "One of the first recorded flare-ups happened in 1656, when the town council of Glasgow expressed concern at the bad quality of bread the local bakers were producing. "Two bakers from (more) »

- By Tal Dekel-Daks

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