Young Scots: The next generation share their views on whether or not Scotland should become an independent nation
Twelve months from tomorrow, voters in Scotland will be asked to decide one of the most important issues in centuries, whether or not it should become an independent nation.
The voting age has been lowered and, for the first time, 16 and 17 year olds will be able to have their say in the referendum.
The BBC's Scotland Correspondent, Laura Bicker has been speaking to a some of them.
Available since: Tue 17 Sep 2013
The story of 50 young people eligible to vote in Scotland's 2014 Independence Referendum
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