Scotland politics

In pictures: Scottish independence referendum campaign

Supporters of both sides in the Scottish independence debate have been out in force as they try to win over undecided voters in the final weekend of campaigning before Thursday's vote.

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Image caption Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond hit back at business leaders who warned about the likely costs of independence, saying: "We're not going to be bullied out of our opportunity."
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Image caption Mr Salmond is making a helicopter tour of the country over the weekend taking in places including Oban, Dumfries and Ayr.
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Image caption Thousands of Orange Order members, bandsmen and supporters - many of them from Northern Ireland - marched in a pro-Union rally in Edinburgh.
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Image caption Henry Dunbar, Grand Master of the Orange Order in Scotland, said the No campaign had been criticised for lacking passion, adding: "Look out, here comes some passion." The official No campaign refused to publicly support the event.
Image caption The Yes Scotland campaign says the day's events are the "biggest day of national campaigning that Scotland has ever seen".
Image caption The No campaign, meanwhile, says it has the momentum
Image caption Labour MP for East Renfrewshire Jim Murphy (pictured centre), also in Glasgow, finished his 100-day tour of the country and said "a lot of undecided voters are breaking away from 'Yes' towards a patriotic 'no thanks'."
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Image caption These Celtic fans made their feelings known

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