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Yes or No? Scotland votes on independence

September 18, 2014, 11:57 UTC+3
Campaigns in support and against the independence in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS
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Over 4 million Scottish voters will head to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to remain part of the United Kingdom or become an independent country
Over 4 million Scottish voters will head to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to remain part of the United Kingdom or become an independent country
Over 4 million Scottish voters will head to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to remain part of the United Kingdom or become an independent country
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
The question of the referendum is: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"
The question of the referendum is: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"
The question of the referendum is: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"
© AP Photo/Matt Dunham
Opinion polls show different results though it's clear the outcome will be close
Opinion polls show different results though it's clear the outcome will be close
Opinion polls show different results though it's clear the outcome will be close
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
If the majority says ‘yes’ to a divorce from the UK, independence will be proclaimed March 24, 2016
If the majority says ‘yes’ to a divorce from the UK, independence will be proclaimed March 24, 2016
If the majority says ‘yes’ to a divorce from the UK, independence will be proclaimed March 24, 2016
© AP Photo/Scott Heppell
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond is the leader of 
Yes campaigners
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond is the leader of 
Yes campaigners
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond is the leader of Yes campaigners
© EPA/Robert Perry
No campaign supporters holding up posters to greet former British Prime Minister and No campaigner Gordon Brown
No campaign supporters holding up posters to greet former British Prime Minister and No campaigner Gordon Brown
No campaign supporters holding up posters to greet former British Prime Minister and No campaigner Gordon Brown
© AP Photo/Matt Dunham
British Prime Minister David Cameron also calls for unity
British Prime Minister David Cameron also calls for unity
British Prime Minister David Cameron also calls for unity
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
In case Scotland votes for independence, London will have to redeploy nuclear weapons from the country
In case Scotland votes for independence, London will have to redeploy nuclear weapons from the country
In case Scotland votes for independence, London will have to redeploy nuclear weapons from the country
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
The campaigns in support and against the independence started in May
The campaigns in support and against the independence started in May
The campaigns in support and against the independence started in May
© AP Photo/PA, Danny Lawson
Citizens tried to state their position in every possible way
Citizens tried to state their position in every possible way
Citizens tried to state their position in every possible way
©  AP Photo/Peter Morrison
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
© EPA/Robert Perry
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Over 4 million Scottish voters will head to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to remain part of the United Kingdom or become an independent country
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
The question of the referendum is: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"
© AP Photo/Matt Dunham
Opinion polls show different results though it's clear the outcome will be close
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
If the majority says ‘yes’ to a divorce from the UK, independence will be proclaimed March 24, 2016
© AP Photo/Scott Heppell
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond is the leader of Yes campaigners
© EPA/Robert Perry
No campaign supporters holding up posters to greet former British Prime Minister and No campaigner Gordon Brown
© AP Photo/Matt Dunham
British Prime Minister David Cameron also calls for unity
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
In case Scotland votes for independence, London will have to redeploy nuclear weapons from the country
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
The campaigns in support and against the independence started in May
© AP Photo/PA, Danny Lawson
Citizens tried to state their position in every possible way
©  AP Photo/Peter Morrison
© EPA/ANDY RAIN
© EPA/Robert Perry

Over 4 million Scottish voters will head to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to remain part of the United Kingdom. The question of the referendum is: "Should Scotland be an independent country?". Opinion polls show different results though it's clear the outcome will be close. 

Campaigns in support and against the independence in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS

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