MORTGAGES, pensions and insurance are likely to become more expensive for Scots consumers if the country opts to leave the UK, a Treasury report warned.
NIGEL Farage's comical flight from the mob may have grabbed the headlines this week but – fear not – convoluted arguments about the currency of an independent Scotland continued regardless.
NEARLY 200,000 viewers tuned in to watch the first live television debate of the referendum campaign, according to STV.
THE Scottish and UK governments have welcomed a record quarterly rise in employment and a fall in unemployment.
Coalition ministers have warned that an independent Scotland would be forced to create its own financial services regulator – a move which could push up the costs of mortgages, insurance policies and pensions.