Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said there is "something unpleasant going on" in Scotland after a chaotic day's campaigning, with a senior party figure claiming there is a "problem with democracy" north of the border.
Yes Scotland sources say they have identified a shift in favour of independence among growing numbers of women and young people, two of the groups thought to be most opposed to Scotland leaving the UK.
FINANCE Secretary John Swinney is expected to be quizzed over the SNP's plans for pensions under independence this week, amid rising criticism over the Scottish Government's apparent lack of foresight on the issue.
Royal Bank of Scotland and other leading financial institutions could pull out of an independent Scotland to comply with EU rules that their headquarters and registered offices need to be in the same country, an expert has warned.
THE BBC has been accused of bias and making cheap entertainment after UKIP leader Nigel Farage and George Galloway appeared on Question Time from Edinburgh, but the Liberal Democrats and Greens were left out.
BBC chairman Lord Patten has described the independence referendum as arguably the biggest domestic political event in his lifetime and insisted the corporation can cover it in an impartial and balanced way.
AN independent Scotland would have more than enough dedicated infrastructure and personnel to deliver pensions and other welfare benefits on day one, according to a Scottish Government-commissioned report published this week.