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SCOTLAND will make history today when an estimated 3.5 million people go to the polls to decide the country's future.
The Tory backlash against the promise of extra powers for Holyrood from the three main UK party leaders has intensified with Claire Perry becoming the first Coalition Minister to join the complaints.
Betting on the independence referendum has smashed all records for political events with as much as £12m being gambled across the UK betting industry.
Here is award-winning cartoonist Steven Camley's latest cartoon for a very special day in Scotland's history.
Tennis player Andy Murray has been subjected to online abuse after declaring his support for the Yes campaign in the independence referendum.
BOUNDED to its south and east by the dwindling remains of mass working class populations, the well-rehearsed push for the old Labour vote is played out here as it is across much of Scotland.
ALEX SALMOND last night told his supporters to sleep well before they grasp Scotland's chance of a lifetime in a final rallying call before the nation goes to the polls today.
Gordon Brown has made a final, impassioned plea for Scots to "stand up and be counted" and vote No for the sake of their children and the country's future.
THE Church of Scotland's most senior cleric has urged unionist and independence campaigners to join forces to build harmony in the wake of the vote.
GLASGOW Labour councillor Malcolm Cunning had a generous offer on a recent canvassing.
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THE delays facing some claimants of a flagship government welfare scheme are "unacceptable", a minister admitted as the latest update was published.
BORIS Johnson has been selected as the Conservative candidate to fight the safe seat of Uxbridge and South Ruislip at the General Election.
The Government has endorsed a Liberal Democrat-sponsored Bill to write into law a minimum 0.7% spending commitment on international aid, despite objections from Tory backbenchers.