Alex Salmond has dubbed Glasgow "freedom city", stating that the latest polls indicate the city will vote for independence in September.
David Cameron has travelled to Shetland, becoming only the third prime minister to visit the islands.
THE president of France has issued a coded warning on nationalism and Euroscepticism.
HUNDREDS of sports governing bodies are set to come together to discuss the implications of Scottish independence for funding, facilities and representation.
A ROW has broken out over the UK government's decision to send a fisheries minister to Scotland to debate rural affairs with his Holyrood counterpart.
Edinburgh's first female Lord Provost has given her backing to the Yes campaign.
Commonwealth countries should not be worried by the prospect of Scottish independence, according to Alex Salmond.
Irish government ministers have been warned not to express any opinion on Scotland's independence referendum.
Sir Roger Moore neatly sidestepped the issue of Scottish independence when asked for his views on the matter today.
Scotland should show solidarity with Wales by voting Yes to independence, according to Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood.
The comedian Frank Skinner has said he fears England will become a predominantly right-wing country in the event of independence.
AMERICAN President Barack Obama has discussed the Scottish independence referendum at a meeting with Labour leader Ed Miliband at the White House.
Businesses and communities will be advised of the potential benefits and risks of Scottish independence in two rival leaflet campaigns.
The Labour-led Better Together campaign has done enough to save the United Kingdom from Scottish independence, according to former prime minister Tony Blair.
Nicola Benedetti, the violin virtuoso, has admitted to be being "trolled...all the time" on social media about her views on Scottish independence.
A REPORT comparing the economy of an independent Scotland to Greece has been dismissed Scottish ministers, who claim the figures used are incorrect.
THE surgeon who became Scotland's most senior medical official, appointed by Labour in 2005 and retained when the SNP came to power, has come out in favour of independence.
SUPPORTERS of independence have been boosted by indications that Scotland would be treated differently from new EU applicants as it is already compliant with the rules.
ALEX Salmond has been warned by an opponent not to use the Commonwealth Games to promote Scottish independence as politicising the event would "take the shine off Glasgow's moment".
Veteran Labour MP Tony Benn believed independence would "do nothing" for socialism and would weaken both Scotland and England, his brother said.
Independence could be "very positive" for people's health if it left them feeling they had more control over their lives, Scotland's former top doctor said.
More powers for Holyrood are "guaranteed" if voters reject independence and return Labour to power at Westminster, shadow Scottish secretary Margaret Curran said.
THE family of the late left-wing icon Jimmy Reid has spoken out about the "tensions and disagreements" inside the foundation set up to secure the trade unionist's legacy.
IT is not difficult to tell which side Adam Tomkins is taking in the independence debate.
'Twitter is a playground and the website is the office," says Reverend Stuart Campbell, when asked whether he is a wind-up merchant.
UKIP Scotland's claim to be a credible political force has been questioned after it emerged that the party's democratic decision-making functions had effectively been suspended for nearly eight months.
Austerity is damaging to business and Scotland desperately needs social investment rather than further cuts, according to Business for Scotland.
CAMPAIGNERS for a Yes vote in favour of independence claim latest polling vindicates their concentration on winning over traditional Labour voters in the run up to September's poll.
Scotland's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community would benefit from greater equality under independence, it has been claimed.
A play created and performed by teenagers who will be voting for the first time in the independence referendum is the "authentic voice" of young Scotland, the First Minister has said.