The poll cited by the nationalists would leave Labour as the largest party.
If it’s a narrow No, the campaign for a second Scottish independence referendum will begin on Friday 19 September.
As part of a series of profiles in the NS of politicians who “inspire fear and loathing abroad yet are often worshipped at home”, in 1987 Peter Brooke examined the patronage politics of the Reverend Ian Paisley.
Dominant figure in Irish and British politics has died.
Local MPs aren’t helping the Tories overcome the great disadvantage our unreformed boundaries deal them.
The Yes side continues to lead among men by eight points, but trails among women by 16.
The biggest danger to the Scottish NHS is independence.
The Scottish referendum campaign has served to weaken Ulster Unionist faith in a historical Ulster-Scots identity, and if Northern Ireland stays in the Union there may be more calls to integrate into the UK party system.
Selected job seekers will be obliged to visit their Job Centre five days a week and spend 35 hours looking for work.
Barked at by a dog, watched by a Pet Shop Boy and heckled by a Yes-supporting horse.
Plus Ed’s “come back, all is forgiven” message to the trade unions for them to help the No campaign in Scotland.
Former PM vows to return to “frontline politics” to secure a Scottish Labour government if the SNP keeps misleading voters over the NHS.
It is not the failure of the Tories alone that is powering the Scottish nationalist surge. There has been a huge loss of trust in Labour and most Scots of working age now support independence.
Peter Wilby’s First Thoughts column.
Jones is excellent on how the state, supposedly rolled back, has just changed its nature so that, as big as ever, it has become a creature of capital, controlled by the corporate sector.
Berwick-upon-Tweed is England's most Scottish town – concern has become the order of the day.
Andrew Lomas is new to the borough of Kensington and Chelsea as a Labour councillor. Here he reveals the drama of a full-scale biscuit inquiry.
Cameron, Miliband and Clegg may be in office, but they have never seemed less in power.
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.
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.
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.