The elections watchdog says that the question the Scottish Government wants to ask voters in next year's independence referendum would potentially encourage them to vote 'Yes'.
The Electoral Commission says that the wording should be replaced by something more neutral.
- The SNP administration's proposed wording is: "Do you agree that Scotland should be an independent country? Yes / No."
- The Electoral Commission recommends it should be altered to: "Should Scotland be an independent country? Yes / No."
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