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Three party leaders head to Scotland for campaign

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David Cameron wants Scotland to remain part of the UK

Prime Minister David Cameron, deputy PM Nick Clegg and Labour leader Ed Miliband are all in Scotland campaigning ahead of the referendum.

On 18 September people across Scotland will face a massive choice - whether or not to become an independent country, separate from the United Kingdom.

The PM wants Scotland to stay part of the UK, saying: "I love my country more than I love my party."

But Scots First Minister Alex Salmond said his opponents can't be trusted.

He wants the people of Scotland to vote "Yes" - for Scotland to be independent - and says the party leaders, who he calls "Team Westminster", are "panicking".

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Alex Salmond says "Team Westminster" is "panicking"

The latest polls - where a number of voters are asked how they're planning to vote - suggest that the "Yes" and "No" campaigns are neck-and-neck, with just over a week till the big vote.