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Cameron 'contemplated having to go' if Scotland voted Yes

David Cameron has admitted he "contemplated having to go" if Scotland voted for independence.

The Prime Minister said he would have been "heartbroken" by the break-up of the UK and considered his position when polls put the Yes campaign ahead just days before the referendum.

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Police separate Yes and No supporters in Glasgow

Police have separated hundreds of independence and union supporters in the crowded Glasgow's George Square.

Police have separated supporters of the Yes and No campaigns. Credit: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire

Officers, some mounted on horses, lined up to divide those waving union flags from Yes supporters.

Glasgow's George Square is packed with hundreds of people. Credit: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire

The two sides argued over the referendum result and a chorus of Rule Britannia was countered by the Flower of Scotland.

Rule Britannia and Flower of Scotland were sung by the crowds. Credit: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire

Roads around the square were closed as police dealt with the incident.

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