Prime Minister David Cameron "is right to be nervous" about the Scottish independence referendum, according to Alex Salmond.
The independence debate would, arguably, have been very different if it had not taken place against a backdrop of billions of pounds' worth of welfare cuts.
TEMPERS have boiled over in the independence referendum campaign, with Better Together leader Alistair Darling becoming the latest target of abuse as he visited a mosque.
Opportunities for Scotland's young people and the impact of independence on the cost of living were among the topics featured as both sides of the referendum debate continued their pitch for votes.
BEYOND the obvious theatre of Monday night's Salmond versus Darling debate there has been one tangible outcome - Labour types are talking again.