In a file picture taken on August 25, 2008 Scottish actor Sean Connery waves as he promotes his new book, called 'Being a Scot' at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, in Charlotte Square gardens, in Edinburgh. AFP PHOTO / ED JONES
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Former James Bond actor Sean Connery has said an independent Scotland is an opportunity "too good to miss" and ending the union with England would help boost artistic creation north of their common border.Connery, who conceded that independence was a matter for the people who live and work in Scotland, argued that a "yes" verdict would boost that country's film and creative industries.On Tuesday, Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond will deliver a lecture in London about independence.Salmond is heading the campaign for secession, battling London's efforts to prevent a "yes" verdict by undermining his Scottish National Party's central case that oil-rich Scotland could be a prosperous independent nation.
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