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First Mniister Alex Salmond tells Gazette readers why he thinks September 18, 2014 will be our Independence Day
First Mniister Alex Salmond tells Gazette readers why he thinks September 18, 2014 will be our Independence Day
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The polling stations opened at 7am today and will remain open until 10pm tonight.

And if you haven’t yet made up your mind, the Gazette’s Independence coverage this week might help.

Prime Minsiter David Cameron tells Gazette readers why he thinks Scotland should remain in the Union

Prime Minsiter David Cameron tells Gazette readers why he thinks Scotland should remain in the Union

We have interviews with Prime Minister David Cameron, First Minister Alex Salmond, the director of the No Campaign Blair McDougall and the chief executive of the Yes Campaign Blair Jenkins.

The Gazette’s aim – since our Independence Debate in Lanark Memorial Hall on Monday, May 26 – has been to provide readers with as much information as possible to help undecided voters make up their minds.

We hope this week’s exclusive interviews with the men leading the fight will help our readers do exactly that.

Remember the polling stations close at 10pm – as long as you are in the polling station by that time, you can cast your vote.

And our reporter Ross Thomson will be live at the South Lanarkshire count tonight from East Kilbride, Tweeting regular updates throughout the night @cl_gazette

So keep your eyes peeled on our website, Facebook and Twitter sites throughout the night – if you want to be in the know about the referendum locally.