We've heard a lot about the implications for the currency and the EU, but what would a Yes vote mean for culture, sport, elections and international treaties?
The belief that waves of proletarian Scots will carry the nationalists to victory seems far-fetched.
Cameron will need Miliband's support to win a vote on military action. But all the signs are that he will get it.
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.
A look at the polling on the eve of the Scottish referendum, and how so-called silent Nos could affect the result.
Housing allocations policy needs to recognise, and be flexible enough to accommodate, the difficult circumstances surrounding domestic violence.
People have started to feel that behind the apparent hope offered by the Yes campaign is something more sinister.
Alex Salmond's lowering of the voting age to 16 for the Scottish referendum may have backfired on the Yes campaign.
Centre-left parties elsewhere in Europe, particularly Britain, should heed the success of the Social Democrats in Sweden.
Victims of domestic violence are being refused places at women's refuges across the country.
What happened to a defining world-view? David Marquand examines the religious roots of an ideology.
Tomorrow is the Scottish independence referendum. The Better Together leader and Scotland’s First Minister are making their last pleas.
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.
Democratic mayor hails "a shared vision, and a shared strategy" for tackling inequality.
Recorded sexual assaults in prison are on the rise, with research suggesting the true extent of the problem is hidden and under-reported.
The Labour leader was mobbed in Edinburgh by anti-Union activists today.
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.
The state has tried to control too much from the centre for too long: a No vote in the Scottish referendum should bring about a change in where power lies.
What explains the surge in politicians using referendums, and why hasn't the British public embraced them?
The recent wave of fast food strikes in the US has shed fresh light on the employment conditions of workers in the UK.
The leaders of Westminster’s three main parties have signed a pledge to devolve more powers to Scotland.
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.
Many of Scotland's newest residents feel every bit as Scottish as any born-and-bred Highlander. What's less certain is whether that's how the Highlander sees it.
The government insists it has done no contingency planning for Scottish independence, so what would the civil service do in the event of a Yes vote?
Mike Smithson, founder of politicalbetting.com, has taken advantage of fluctuating odds – backing both sides at different points when the odds have lengthened – to lock in a profit.