Scottish First Minister could make way for his deputy Nicola Sturgeon if independence is rejected.
Lindsay Jarrett climbed the cliffs beneath Edinburgh Castle in the dark to place a foil YES sign somewhere everyone would see it.
We all know what David Beckham, Simon Cowell and JK Rowling think about independence, but how the country’s own rich could react remains to be seen.
The former Labour PM's speech was very well-received this afternoon. Watch and read it here.
The onslaught against the Yes side by big business and the Treasury has not had the success many expected.
People have started to feel that behind the apparent hope offered by the Yes campaign is something more sinister.
Scotland, an outward-looking nation with strong internationalist instincts and a clear sense of its moral purpose in the world, can do better than separation.
A right Barnett barny.
In the fortnight in which one of Franklin’s lost ships was found in the Canadian arctic, and Scotland – like Quebec before it – is voting on independence, the parallels between the UK and Canada have never been stronger.
Alex Salmond will lose – perhaps by as much as a 55-45 margin – but lose well, an outcome that will satisfy an overwhelming majority of Scots and the one, I suspect, that Salmond himself favours.