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Ed Miliband on Scottish independence

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At a speech in Glasgow on 30 January 2012, Ed Miliband made Labour's case against Scottish independence saying Scotland and the UK could make more progress together.

He accused Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond of pursuing policies that could increase economic and social divisions.

The speech, followed by a Q&A alongside Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont, is part of the debate ahead of a referendum on Scottish independence.

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