Scottish Referendum: Politicians Gear Up in Final Few Days

VOICED: David Cameron has used his final visit to Scotland before Thursday's Referendum to deliver a passionate plea for Scottish voters to save the United Kingdom. In a speech focusing on the achievements of the UK, the Prime Minister warned that the Yes campaign's predictions for an Independent Scotland are --- 'too good to be true'. The Better Together leader Alistair Darling has tonight told Sky News that the atmosphere has turned "sour" and warned that people should not be bullied into voting YES. Alex Salmond has accused Mr Cameron of orchestrating a campaign of 'ridiculous scare-mongering' by business leaders. A warning, this report from Sky's political editor Faisal Islam contains some flash photography. Shows Alistair Darling MP Labour MP for Edinburgh South West & Leader of the Better Together campaign getting off campaign bus in Kilmarnock & meeting supporters, Internal Interview with Alistair Darling on difficulty of currency change in Scotland if Scotland gets independence, Alex Salmond MP First Minister of Scotland and Leader of the No campaign & 'Yes' campaigners pose for photo-OP in Edinburgh Airport, Internal Interview with Alex Salmond on businesses being in favour of independence, Nicola Sturgeon Deputy First Minister of Scotland & Deputy Leader of the SNP meeting with voters in cafe in Hamilton, External Interview with Nicola Sturgeon MP on voting YES for the good of the next generation, Interior shots of David Cameron's speech in Aberdeen making a passionate plea to the people of Scotland, Exterior shots of Surfers surfing on overcast windy day on Scottish Coast. on September 15, 2014 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
VOICED: David Cameron has used his final visit to Scotland before Thursday's Referendum to deliver a passionate plea for Scottish voters to save the United Kingdom. In a speech focusing on the achievements of the UK, the Prime Minister warned that the Yes campaign's predictions for an Independent Scotland are --- 'too good to be true'. The Better Together leader Alistair Darling has tonight told Sky News that the atmosphere has turned "sour" and warned that people should not be bullied into voting YES. Alex Salmond has accused Mr Cameron of orchestrating a campaign of 'ridiculous scare-mongering' by business leaders. A warning, this report from Sky's political editor Faisal Islam contains some flash photography. Shows Alistair Darling MP Labour MP for Edinburgh South West & Leader of the Better Together campaign getting off campaign bus in Kilmarnock & meeting supporters, Internal Interview with Alistair Darling on difficulty of currency change in Scotland if Scotland gets independence, Alex Salmond MP First Minister of Scotland and Leader of the No campaign & 'Yes' campaigners pose for photo-OP in Edinburgh Airport, Internal Interview with Alex Salmond on businesses being in favour of independence, Nicola Sturgeon Deputy First Minister of Scotland & Deputy Leader of the SNP meeting with voters in cafe in Hamilton, External Interview with Nicola Sturgeon MP on voting YES for the good of the next generation, Interior shots of David Cameron's speech in Aberdeen making a passionate plea to the people of Scotland, Exterior shots of Surfers surfing on overcast windy day on Scottish Coast. on September 15, 2014 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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