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When asked the Secretary of State for Scotland?s view in Cabinet about the referendum, the Prime Minister?s Spokesperson (PMS) said he had reiterated the government?s confidence in the clear arguments made by those who want to stay in the UK. The PMS added that ministers wanted Scotland to have the best of both worlds as part of the union, a case they would continue to make. Asked if there were any contingencies in place for a ?yes? vote, the PMS said the government has no contingency plans.

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