The Yes camp are gaining but are still falling short of a lead in two of the final indyref polls before Thursday.
Ed Miliband claimed the campaign for independence has an "ugly side" during chaotic scenes as he was mobbed during a visit to Edinburgh.
Anything other than a decisive No vote in the Scottish referendum risks an economic slump in the country, banking giant UBS has warned.
Scotland would not be leaving the "family of nations" of the British Isles with independence, the Deputy First Minister has insisted.
Energy company EDF has told its workers that "uncertainties" remain about the impact independence would have on its operations.
Former US president Bill Clinton has stepped into the Scottish referendum debate - urging the country to vote to stay in the UK.
Scottish independence would make the whole UK more vulnerable to attack, senior military figures have warned.
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".
Gordon Brown and Alex Salmond have exchanged insults over the future of the NHS.
As it was a Better Together event, Gordon Brown's warm-up man was none other than his old Downing Street sparring partner, the snow-capped Alistair Darling.
Gambling company Betfair said on Tuesday it was already paying out winnings to customers who had staked money on a "No" vote to independence.
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