Today saw a number of these Sundew on boggy ground near Durness.
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I reckon you're right - or at least my copy of Stace (New Flora of British Isles) does. Apparently the vertical flower stems (clearly visible on the original photo) enable it to be separated from Oblong-leaved. It certainly isn't common sundew.
Not as easy as the round-leaved sundew to identify. The leaves are long and thin indicating great sundew rather than oblong-leaved sundew. For a comparison see the observation and description below - note how much shorter and stubby are the leaves in Mike's picture.
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Lat/Lng: 58.5, -4.7
OS grid ref: NC4365