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Scottish independence: Cameron on North Sea oil and gas

24 February 2014 Last updated at 16:44 GMT

The UK and Scottish cabinets have been meeting just five miles apart in the Aberdeen area as the independence debate focuses on the oil and gas industry.

Prime Minister David Cameron has been using his visit to announce a new drive to maximise the economic gains from North Sea's natural resources.

He also revealed that he "let out a little cry of joy" when David Bowie urged Scottish voters to reject independence, because the singer "might be able to reach parts of Scotland that perhaps I can't".

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