Scottish independence: Miliband accuses SNP of indyref 'con'
With two week to go until the independence referendum, both campaigns have been challenging each other on who is best placed to help the poor.
Labour leader Ed Miliband accused the SNP of a "con" in arguing that independence would mean a fairer Scotland.
First Minister Alex Salmond has said the party's plans will place power in the hands of the Scottish people.
BBC Scotland's political editor Brian Taylor reports.
04 Sep 2014
- From the section Scotland