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The leader of the Better Together campaign, Alistair Darling, had these parting words:
The leaders now have an opportunity to make a closing statement.
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond goes first:
The debate has moved on to the second topic, Scotland at Home, with several questions from the audience focussing on the NHS.
Mr Darling says that the NHS in Scotland receives higher public expenditure per head of population that in the rest of the UK, drawing attention to Scotland's "ageing population".
First Minister Salmond argues that there is growing privatisation in the NHS under the current British government.
The factchecking organisation Full Fact point out that the three major UK parties have all said they are not in favour of a currency union.
Alistair Darling counters saying that a currency union is "not like a CD collection that you split up in a divorce".
Alex Salmond has the first large round of applause of the evening, on the issue of currency union. He told Alistair Darling:
The leaders are debating the issue of North Sea Oil.
Alex Salmond says that "every other country in Europe would give their back teeth to have North Sea Oil".
Alistair Darling argues that it is risky to rely on a source of revenue that is very volatile, saying that Salmond is "gambling our children's future".
Alex Salmond went first, telling the audience that Scotland faces a "simple proposition". He says that "no-one will run this country better than the people who live and work in Scotland".
Alistair Darling says that Salmond wants everyone to take his word on everything. He focuses on the issue of currency.
First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond and the leader of the Better Together campaign Alistair Darling are preparing to take part in the second televised debate on the Scottish Referendum.
The leaders will debate four topics: Economy, Scotland at Home, Scotland in the World and What Happens after the Vote. They will also have a chance to cross-examine each other.
The debate kicks off at 8:30pm and will screened on BBC Scotland One and across the UK on BBC Two.
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