Martin Close and Erin Fyfe McWilliam
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Scottish independence: Teenagers' views on referendum

The Scottish independence referendum in September will give 16 and 17-year-olds the first chance to cast a vote.

Through the year, the BBC is following 50 young people to track their thoughts in Generation 2014.

Martin Close and Erin Fyfe McWilliam told Jo Coburn on the Daily Politics about their opposing views on whether Scotland should stay in the UK, or leave.

BBC special report: Scotland's Future

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  • 06 Jan 2014
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