People Of Scotland Take To The Polls To Decide Their Country's Fate In Historic Vote

PEEBLES, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 18: Former Gordon Highlander, Jock Robertson, aged 81, who said 'I have waited all my life for this vote' pauses at Peebles polling station after voting in the Scottish referendum on September 18, 2014 in Peebles, Scotland. After many months of campaigning the people of Scotland today head to the polls to decide the fate of their country. The referendum is too close to call but a 'Yes' vote would see the break-up of the United Kingdom and Scotland would stand as an independent country for the first time since the formation of the Union. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
PEEBLES, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 18: Former Gordon Highlander, Jock Robertson, aged 81, who said 'I have waited all my life for this vote' pauses at Peebles polling station after voting in the Scottish referendum on September 18, 2014 in Peebles, Scotland. After many months of campaigning the people of Scotland today head to the polls to decide the fate of their country. The referendum is too close to call but a 'Yes' vote would see the break-up of the United Kingdom and Scotland would stand as an independent country for the first time since the formation of the Union. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
People Of Scotland Take To The Polls To Decide Their Country's Fate In Historic Vote
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