Gap narrows as Independence referendum approaches

The gap between the 'Yes' and 'No' votes in the Scottish independence referendum appears to be narrowing, according to a new poll.

The YouGov survey in tomorrow's Sun newspaper suggests the 'Yes' lead has shrunk from 22 points less than a month ago to just six.

Among those who have decided which way they are going to vote, 53% are against independence, with 47% in favour.

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Cameron 'emotional and nervous' about Scotland vote

David Cameron has admitted he is "emotional and nervous" about the result of the Scottish independence referendum.

The Prime Minister told the Scottish Daily Mail: "The commentary has settled down, the argument is going better and I feel more confident. But it is a massive decision, so it’s right to be both emotional and nervous."

David Cameron speaking in Glasgow on Thursday. Credit: Danny Lawson/PA Wire/Press Association Images

He also insisted there was no need for the 'No' campaign to switch tactics after the pro-independence side claimed they were reclaiming ground following the recent TV debates.

"I think what the No campaign must do is continue with the very clear argument made," the Prime Minister said.

"The No campaign provides certainty, clarity, and talks about how we’re safer, more prosperous, more secure together."

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