Two fans watch Berwick Rangers reserves play a soccer match at their Shielfield Park stadium in Berwick, north-east England August 24, 2013. Berwick Upon Tweed, England's northernmost town, has passed... more 
Two fans watch Berwick Rangers reserves play a soccer match at their Shielfield Park stadium in Berwick, north-east England August 24, 2013. Berwick Upon Tweed, England's northernmost town, has passed between English and Scottish control over a dozen times. Although it is based on the English side of the border, the town's soccer team plays in the Scottish league. Signs of ancient conflict - from centuries-old fortifications to historic battlefields - score the landscape around the English-Scottish border. But many living in the region lead lives straddling both sides, and express practical concerns about the possibility of a more formal split between the two nations in the event of a yes vote in next year's referendum on Scottish independence, which will be held on September 18, 2014. Picture taken August 24, 2013. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL POLITICS) ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 12 OF 33 FOR PACKAGE 'THE SCOTLAND - ENGLAND BORDER' SEARCH 'MELVILLE REFERENDUM' FOR ALL IMAGES less 
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