Yes campaign momentum halted as new survey puts No ahead by 53%-47%.
Labour is facing a test of Ed Miliband's commitment to climate change ahead of its party conference later this month.
The Labour leader gave a speech in Scotland today, with an argument “from the head, from the heart, from the soul”. But using Labour's appeal in Scotland was his most promising strategy.
William Hague has told the House that the party leaders' indications of further devolution to Scotland are not government policy.
A first look at this week’s magazine.
BP's chief executive, Bob Dudley, has confirmed his support for a No vote in the Scottish referendum.
The PM told Scots that the referendum was not about giving "the effing Tories" a kick.
Time for a separate Cornish state, or an English First Minister? How about a breakaway Wales, or resurrecting Wessex? The UK's regional parties reflect on what the Scottish independence debate means for them.
Labour MPs and potential rival mayoral candidates David Lammy and Tessa Jowell are among those fighting for co-operative approaches to London's problems.
In the 1970s the state built 140,000 homes a year. For the past twenty years they have built at a rate of fewer than 30,000.
Whatever the outcome of the referendum on 18 September, a different Scotland has emerged and found expression. The idea of independence has taken hold.
Today is a net neutrality "day of action". But what is net neutrality, and what does it tell us about today's debates on Scottish independence and EU membership?
The former Conservative Prime Minister has stepped in to the Scottish independence debate, criticising the Labour party.
Nothing left to lose? Freedom and the left.
Air pollution in London will haunt the Mayor of London once again, as his appearance at parliament's Environment Committee today marks an annus horribilis for air quality in the capital.
The Prime Minister’s last-minute plea to Scotland.
Gordon Brown is spearheading Westminster's attempt to keep the union together, but he is scarcely more trusted than the current crop of unionist leaders.
After recent reports that Britain is "deeply elitist", the City of London insists that social mobility is being championed where you would least expect.
With the golden age of international diplomacy behind us, the UK government has today published its thoughts on why a global deal on climate change is going to happen and is in our interest.
Better Together needs to win back under 40s and Labour supporters - many of whom seemed decided a month ago.
The three main party leaders have put out a joint statement saying they won't partake in Prime Minister's Questions tomorrow, because they want to concentrate on the Scottish referendum campaign.
This week, 100 MPs need to turn up to vote on the 0.7 per cent spending commitment on international development. At the moment, it's too close to call whether the bill will pass.
The New Statesman has launched a special election site called May2015.com - visit it for polling, analysis and constituency reporting.
Independence or not, Labour in Scotland needs to feel distinctly separate these days, when so many in a land once seen as red in tooth and claw are supporting the nationalist cause.
The UK press is praising the former Labour Prime Minister for his 11th-hour intervention, suggesting he should have had a more significant role in the Better Together campaign.
The former PM seizes the initiative with a timetable for further devolution to Scotland.
The Social Economy Alliance is launching a new "stealth campaign" today, splicing photos of left and right-wing figures' faces and plastering them around Westminster Tube.
The shadow business secretary's message is pro-worker, pro-business.
The timing of the vote, the wording of the question, and allowing 16-17-year-olds to vote.
The shadow cabinet office minister Michael Dugher has announced Labour’s plans for government: parties’ attitudes towards the civil service are vital, particularly in an age of coalition politics.