Support for Scottish independence has risen eight points in a month, according to a new poll.
The No campaign is in "serial blunder mode" as momentum continues to build for a Yes vote, according to the First Minister.
LGBT independence supporters believe that a Yes vote in the Scottish referendum will help secure greater equality.
Scottish residents have until midnight on Tuesday to submit their registration forms to vote in the independence referendum.
FEARS of "absolute carnage" outside polling stations on Referendum Day amid a growing atmosphere of intimidation have been raised by the No camp.
THE expected very high turnout at the independence referendum has prompted the electoral authorities to discuss having more police at polling stations.
THE Yes campaign dubs them "the missing million", swathes of the population who contribute to some of the lowest UK electoral turnouts and have fallen off the political radar.
An independent Scotland faces a £2.4 billion start-up bill but these costs are likely to be recouped through simplification and significant savings on areas such as defence, according to a think tank.
Scottish independence will put a million jobs at risk, according to Better Together.
First Minister Alex Salmond has rebuffed Treasury demands for Scottish ministers to withdraw their threat to renege on UK debt if they cannot secure a currency union.
SNP leader Alex Salmond has urged people to steer clear of unionist rallies after Better Together accused the Yes campaign of turning "sinister".
Prime Minister David Cameron "is right to be nervous" about the Scottish independence referendum, according to Alex Salmond.
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Ed Miliband has said he wants half of Labour MPs to be women in the future and to achieve a 50-50 gender split on the party's front benches.
Almost half of young people in Britain are not engaged in politics, feel their voices are not being heard and do not believe politicians are addressing their needs, a new poll has found.
THE decision by Ukip to hold a rally in Glasgow a few days before Referendum Day has been seized on by the Yes camp as a political blow to their opponents.