As usual, the easiest recourse here is to use DOE (this is what it's
<xsl:value-of select="." disable-output-escaping="yes" />
Well it works Jeni... but I would like to know just why.
I've never had to use doe before.
Is this stopping a 'double' escaping of the entity?
Or complain to the feed until they give you XML rather than this
It is XML... strictly speaking? But agreed its a mess.
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