What will sway Dunfermline voters in Bill Walker by-election?
Dunfermline voters will go to the polls in three weeks to elect a new MSP for the area.
The by-election was called after former MSP Bill Walker resigned from the Scottish Parliament after being convicted of domestic abuse.
The SNP is defending a majority of just under 600.
What issues are likely to sway voters? BBC Scotland's Craig Anderson has been to find out.
03 Oct 2013
- From the section Scotland