Scotland's referendum: Family voting Yes and No

Lorraine and Sean Edgar. Credit: Good Morning Britain/ITV

A mother and a son who are voting for different camps in Thursday's referendum on Scottish independence have talked of the arguments they have had.

Lorraine and Sean Edgar explained to each other why were voting either Yes or No, with pro-union Sean "letting" his mum off because it was her birthday.

Pro-independence Lorraine, 48, said breaking away from the UK would give Scotland "a more representative government" and would give the country a chance to "be a really good example of the rest of the UK".

However, economics student Sean, 21, said he did want to see Scotland "under the influence of the European union" and was sceptical about how independent Scotland would really be without support from Westminster.