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Scottish independence: Rallies mark referendum climax

As Scotland prepares to go to the polls on Thursday, the Yes and No campaigns have spent the day making their final push for votes.

Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond has urged people to take their country's future in their hands and vote yes.

The former Prime Minister Gordon Brown told No voters to "hold their heads up high".

As the campaign enters its final hours - the latest polls continue to suggest that the outcome is just too close to call.

Nick Robinson reports.

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