Scottish minister canvases for 'yes' vote

First minister Alex Salmond says a vote for independence will be a vote for the country's entire future.

    Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond is pushing the message that a "yes" vote for independence next September is not a vote for his party, the Scottish National Party, but a vote for the country's entire future.

    Opinion polls suggest that most Scots want to stay in the United Kingdom, but the ranks of those who want to leave are swelling with about 158 days left for the vote.

    Al Jazeera's Harry Smith reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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