The Treasury and Scottish Government have clashed over whether Scotland should keep the pound if the country votes for independence.
Chancellor George Osborne said: "I want the best for Scotland and for all our United Kingdom. We're better together."
Scottish Finance Secretary John Swinney said Scotland could walk away from its share of the UK's debts if the Westminster government refuses to come to "a rational and considered agreement".
Debi Edward reports:
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