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Scottish independence: Campaigners argue over NHS in BBC debate

Supporters and opponents of independence argued over the best way to protect the NHS during the BBC's Big, Big Debate in Glasgow.

Speaking before an audience of young people, Scottish Green Party MSP Patrick Harvie claimed independence was needed to protect against a "nasty, competitive, profit-driven motive" towards the NHS.

But Respect MP George Galloway argued there would not be an NHS without "a country big enough" to share resources.

Conservative MSP Ruth Davidson and Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon were also on the panel.

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