Scotland

People's panel: Lynda Forde

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Image caption Lynda Forde works for a multinational firm

Occupation: Business process analyst

Age: 37

Lives: Hamilton

Voting Intention: Undecided

Lynda Forde works as a business process analyst for an American company.

Although she lives in Hamilton in South Lanarkshire her work takes her all over the country, meaning she often spends at least two nights a week in England.

She is a regular at the gym and is kept busy looking after her daughter and three step-children.

Until a few months ago Lynda considered herself a resolved "No" voter.

However hearing people from both sides of the debate putting forward their visions on how Scotland could be has made her unsure of how to vote and she now describes herself as undecided.

As she regularly works on both sides of the border she is concerned about what independence might mean for her work: "Most of my working life is spent in England. I'm unsure how an Independent Scotland might affect my working life.

"I would like to know what will happen with the currency as I don't want to have to change money or carry a separate work purse and a personal purse."

Other big issues that when deciding how to vote would influence her vote are tuition fees, the NHS and immigration, although she says there is no single factor that would persuade their either way.

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