The leaders of the three main parties at Westminster have signed a pledge for more powers for Scotland if it rejects independence.
Scotland's desire for political and economic change has been heard and will be delivered, Ed Miliband will promise as he insists a "vote for No is a vote for change".
SIR Tom Devine, the leading historian, has claimed the UK is a "failed state," as he predicted the SNP would continue to thrive in an independent Scotland.
Thousands of people have supported a last minute rally in central London where celebrity campaigners urged voters north of the border to stay part of the UK.
David Cameron has made an impassioned plea to Scots to reject independence as Gordon Brown predicted that a series of new guarantees for Scotland would secure a No vote on Thursday.
To a dreich Aberdeen, the oil-rich capital of Europe, for the Prime Minister's last hurrah for the Union.
For generations, many young people felt the same way about the Highland capital as the 19th century writer and social observer Elizabeth Grant of Rothiemuchus.
There were more than 10 million interactions on Facebook relating to the referendum on Scottish independence during a five-week period, new research has found.
The cost of borrowing to fund public spending on schools, hospitals and roads would go up in an independent Scotland, the head of a leading insurer has said.
An independent Scotland would require the unanimous backing of all Nato members if it wants to join the Western alliance, the organisation's secretary general has made clear.
OPINION polls showing the Yes and No campaigns neck and neck could be wildly inaccurate, a leading pollster has admitted.
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