THE Yes campaign has been accused of "deliberately spreading fear" about the future of the NHS by the former medical director of a leading cancer centre.
There are lots of ways in which the private sector can be involved in health care.
A £1 BILLION-PLUS deal funded by Governments in London and Edinburgh to boost the west of Scotland economy would not collapse in the event of a Yes vote, it is claimed.
NEW controls to be imposed on landowners who cut large tracks into Scotland's hills without any public scrutiny do not go far enough, environmentalists have warned.
ONE of the leading Liberal Democrats in the Highlands will vote Yes in next month's referendum with protecting the NHS one of his main reasons.