Yes and No campaigners wait for the departure of Labour leader Ed Miliband on the Scottish independence campaign trail on September 4, 2014 in Blantyre, Scotland
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Scottish independence: 'Referendum race is tight'

Campaigners in the battle for Scotland's future say the referendum result is too close to call, with less than two weeks until the vote.

The Yes camp claims to have the "big momentum" behind it, while opponents of independence insist they will win.

It comes as one poll put Yes Scotland narrowly ahead for the first time.

Responding to the poll, UK Chancellor George Osborne pledged there would be a plan for more powers for the Scottish Parliament.

Alan Little reports.

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