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Yes and No campaigns battle it out in third Soctland debate

Leading figures from Yes Scotland and Better Together are taking part in a 'Town Hall' style debate in Edinburgh this evening. It comes as the latest polls show a gap of just 6% between the Yes and No vote.

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Westminster wants Scots to 'get to back of the bus'

Scottish Independence Convention chair Elaine C Smith and Labour MSP Kezia Dugdale are clashing passionately about whether social injustice could best be tackled under an independent Scotland.

Elaine C Smith (L) and Kezia Dugdale battle it out

"We're supposed to vote Labour, get to the back of the bus and shut up," Smith says, arguing that Scots would benefit from having the centre of power closer to home.

She is calling for a written constitution to enshrine rights for women and children.

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