More than 120 industry leaders have signed an open letter warning the business case for independence has not been made.
BRUISED Better Together leader Alistair Darling is to ramp up his attack on the SNP's currency plans as he tries to pick himself up after his television debate defeat against Alex Salmond.
A BULLISH Alex Salmond has insisted that his widely attributed win over Alistair Darling in the second head-to- head debate will carry the pro-independence campaign to victory in next month's referendum.
NEARLY three-quarters of the UK's over-50s are opposed to Scottish independence, according to a new poll.
Television viewers south of the border called Monday night's debate for Alex Salmond, but found they were baffled by what Scottish independence might mean for them.
JUST how does David Cameron now get involved in the increasingly passionate referendum campaign?
BETTER Together has made an informal complaint to the BBC about the composition of the live audience at Monday's debate between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling.
PEOPLE are being urged to make sure they are registered to vote in the independence referendum.
THE Scottish Government insists pensions - both the state pension and occupational schemes - would be largely unaffected by independence.
All of the free tickets for The Herald Scottish Referendum Debate next week have now been allocated.
The referendum debate was a trending topic on social media site Twitter in two countries and 18 cities.
Pro-independence campaigners expect a boost in support after Alex Salmond's performance in a key television referendum debate.
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UKIP leader Nigel Farage last night pledged to enlist an 'army' to fend off the Tories and Labour after he was selected to fight a Kent seat at the 2015 general election.
DAVID Cameron is coming under pressure from Jean-Claude Juncker, the incoming President of the European Commission, to change tack and nominate a woman as Britain's top representative in Brussels.
Boris Johnson has announced that he will seek to make a Commons comeback as MP for Uxbridge & South Ruislip at the general election.