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Caption:The Saltire, the flag of Scotland flies above the Union flag at the site of the Auld Acquaintance cairn which is being constructed at a site on the banks of the River Sark in Gretna in Scotland, which is thought to be the historic border between Scotland and England, taken on August 17, 2014. A month to the day until Scotland votes on whether to split from Britain, opinion polls Monday showed the pro-independence camp gaining ground as First Minister Alex Salmond insisted his side had a 'spring in their step'. But the polls still showed a strong lead for the 'No' camp ahead of the vote on September 18, suggesting voters are on course to reject independence. Debate in the campaign has so far focused on Scotland's economy, particularly on the currency post-independence. AFP PHOTO/ANDY BUCHANAN (Photo credit should read Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty Images)
Caption:The Saltire, the flag of Scotland flies above the Union flag at the site of the Auld Acquaintance cairn which is being constructed at a site on the banks of the River Sark in Gretna in Scotland, which is thought to be the historic border between Scotland and England, taken on August 17, 2014. A month to the day until Scotland votes on whether to split from Britain, opinion polls Monday showed the pro-independence camp gaining ground as First Minister Alex Salmond insisted his side had a 'spring in their step'. But the polls still showed a strong lead for the 'No' camp ahead of the vote on September 18, suggesting voters are on course to reject independence. Debate in the campaign has so far focused on Scotland's economy, particularly on the currency post-independence. AFP PHOTO/ANDY BUCHANAN (Photo credit should read Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty Images)

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