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Scottish independence

Scottish independence
 
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond addresses the International Media Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, 11 September 2014. Reuters/Russell Cheyne

The leaders of the main UK political parties were on the campaign trail in Scotland on Wednesday make a plea for a vote against Scottish independence on September 18th. Recent polls suggest a narrow lead for the "Yes" campaign. Correspondent Ruth Michaelson asked people travelling through one the main train stations in London what they thought of the referendum and the possiblity of an independent Scotland.


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