The referendum on the future of Scotland has captured the attention of people across the globe.
But the public with the most interest is the community who live in the rest of Britain.
A small section of them spoke to YourNewsUktv about the big question that will have to be answered on September 18, 2014, “Should Scotland be an independent country? ” Yes or No. At this stage it is virtually a neck and neck situation. Many Scots want to breakaway from Britain while just as many want to stay a United Britain.
So we went out to one of London’s biggest and buzzing suburbs to see how the locals felt about the vote in Scottish nation. We spoke to people at random on the very busy streets of Brixton.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has said he will lead prayers appealing for harmony ahead of the referendum.
The Rt Rev John Chalmers will deliver his sermon live on BBC Radio Four’s Sunday Worship at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Edinburgh.
Alex Salmond, leader of the SNP in Scotland won the right to hold a referendum back in 2011. He has campaigned for some time to have the vote. He is convinced the country would have a better future if it broke away from Britain.
On September 18 the people of Scotland will vote in a referendum to choose whether to breakaway from the rest of Britain or stay united.
In the meantime take a look at what some Londoners want their neighbours to do
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