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PMQs: Landale, Crabb and Reynolds on independence referendum

An unusual PMQs, where the government and opposition spent most of the time calling for Scotland to remain in the UK, is reviewed by the BBC's deputy political editor and MPs on the Daily Politics.

Presenter Andrew Neil described the William Hague and Harriet Harman exchanges as a "love-in", before showing a clip of David Cameron campaigning in Scotland.

James Landale, Labour MP Emma Reynolds and Conservative minister Stephen Crabb went over the exchanges and the Scottish independence issues, and the chances of a new general election date.

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