Scottish independence referendum: Final push in both campaigns

In his final scheduled visit to Scotland before the independence referendum on Thursday, Prime Minister David Cameron told voters in Aberdeen that he wanted with "head heart and soul" to see the people of Scotland stay within the Union.

Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond attacked the "scaremongering" of the "No" campaign and insisted that plenty of Scottish companies believed independence would strengthen the economy.

Nick Robinson reports

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