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Scottish independence: Rival North Sea oil visions set out

25 February 2014 Last updated at 01:01 GMT

The Scottish and UK governments have been setting out competing visions for the future of North Sea oil and gas.

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond said Scotland would do a far better job as an independent country.

However Prime Minister David Cameron said reserves could be better managed with Scotland as part of the Union.

Nick Robinson reports.

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