Children look at an Orange Order march during a pro-Union rally in Edinburgh, Scotland September 13, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hackett
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Thousands of members of the Protestant Orange order marched through Edinburgh Saturday in a show of strength against Scottish independence, as the final weekend of campaigning for the referendum got underway with everything to play for.Across Scotland campaigners from both sides were pounding the streets, after a week that saw the unionists step up their efforts following a surge in support for independence that now puts the two camps neck and neck.Orange members from Northern Ireland and England joined the march on Saturday in a push for the union, although it has caused tensions with the official "Better Together" campaign. After the "Yes" camp sensationally pulled ahead in an opinion poll last weekend, British Prime Minister David Cameron and opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband visited Scotland as part of a fresh push by the pro-UK camp.
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