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A 'yes' from Scots means upheaval for rest of UK

Cameron makes last-minute emotional appeal; either outcome a win-win for Salmond

In an emotional appeal, Prime Minister David Cameron summed up the view of the Unionists. He warned of the consequences of fracturing from the Union, cautioning that a yes vote would end the UK "for good, for ever" - PHOTO : AFP

THE touch and go Scottish Referendum is proving to be the most significant British political event since 1975, when the UK populace voted to stay in the European Economic Community (EEC). At issue is not only the uncertainty involving the potential rebirth after 307 years, of an independent

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