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Scottish independence: Boundary would 'create difficulties'

2 September 2014 Last updated at 15:11 BST

With the Scottish referendum just weeks away, The Duke of Northumberland says any form of boundary will "create difficulties".

The duke, who owns land on both sides of the border, says said he "sees no difference" from one side of the border to the other.

Tyneside playwright Peter Mortimer, says an independent Scotland would be "unchained" and he would be quite happy to see the border moved south if there was a yes vote.

You can get involved in the debate during Scotland and Us which will be on BBC One at 22:35 BST on Wednesday.

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