Both sides of the independence campaign continue to push for votes across the country
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Mass rallies mark climax of referendum campaign

Both sides in the Scottish referendum campaign are chasing every possible undecided voter as the campaign builds to a climax.

Early on Wednesday morning a pro-independence rally was held in Glasgow's city centre while nearby pro-campaigners gathered to insist the case for independence had not been made.

The latest polls have suggested the result is too close to call. Lucy Adams reports.

  • 17 Sep 2014
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