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Bill Turnbull visits his Scottish journalistic roots

2 September 2014 Last updated at 10:42 BST

It is just two weeks until Scotland's referendum on independence, but it is not the first time a vote has been held on the nation's constitutional future.

A ballot on the devolution of some powers from London to Edinburgh was held back in 1979.

BBC Breakfast's Bill Turnbull was working in Scotland at the time as a young reporter. He has been back to his journalistic roots in Glasgow to see if much has changed.

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