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Scottish independence: 'Deal agreed' on referendum

A deal has been reached between the UK and Scottish governments over the rules for the independence referendum.

In a joint statement Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Scottish Secretary Michael Moore said "substantial progress" had been made.

But the BBC understands that although a few minor details need to be ironed out, a package of measures has been agreed. David Cameron and Alex Salmond are expected to meet on Monday in Edinburgh.

Scotland Office Minister David Mundell confirmed it would be a single-question referendum.