The race narrows again after Alex Salmond's victory over Alistair Darling.
More than 130 businesses have signed a letter in the Scotsman newspaper calling on Scotland to vote against independence.
The Scottish First Minister skilfully outplayed the Better Together head, but his victory may count for little.
At the age of 16 a British citizen can legally have sex, get married, join the army, smoke, leave home, claim benefits, and contribute to the public purse through taxes – but vote in a general election? Not yet.
Don't let go of the balloon.
The co-convenor of the Scottish Greens, Patrick Harvie, on why his party supports Scottish independence, and how it's not all about the SNP.
If Orwell belonged anywhere he belonged to London, and he would have seen that the independence referendum is as much about the capital as it is about Scotland, writes Robert Colls.
The SNP is paying the price for its botched currency logic.
The act was denounced as "bullying" at the time, but Salmond's struggles prove it was the right choice.
Two hundred public figures have signed an open letter addressed to the people of Scotland, calling on them to vote "No" in the independence referendum.