Scottish Independence: #YesBecause hashtag shows 'unfiltered reality' of Yes campaign

Social media users told world why they want independence next month

Alex Salmond during the live television debate with Alistair Darling at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on August 5, 2014 in Glasgow

Scottish independence: Government department denies using memo to tell staff to vote 'no' in referendum

The Department for Work and Pensions said the message referred to purdah

Only 19 per cent of English people surveyed favour separation

Scottish independence: English people overwhelmingly want Scotland to stay in the UK

But if Scotland does break away, the English do not want them to keep the pound

Alex Salmond meets Sarah Forbes and her children in Arbroath on Tuesday

Scottish independence: Alex Salmond has no power to keep pound, Treasury insists

There is “absolutely nothing” that Alex Salmond can do to ensure that an independent Scotland would be able to keep the pound, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury has claimed, reigniting the debate over whether a currency union with the rest of the UK could happen.

Australian PM Tony Abbott has come out against Scottish independence

Scottish Independence: Australian PM Tony Abbott says ‘No’

Tony Abbott said it is 'hard to see how the world would be helped by an independent Scotland'

The historian Sir Tom Devine with Alex Salmond at the Edinburgh International Book Festival yesterday. The First Minister said an independent Scotland would continue to use the pound

Scottish independence: More Scots identify as British since referendum announced

The prospect of Scotland leaving the UK has led to a marked decline in the number of people describing themselves as Scottish, according to research published today.

Alex Salmond during the live television debate with Alistair Darling at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on August 5, 2014 in Glasgow

Scottish independence: Alex Salmond predicts 80 per cent turnout

The Scottish independence referendum will attract the largest voter turnout in the country’s history, Alex Salmond has predicted.

Scottish independence: The famous for and against – and the Scots who just want to decide for themselves

Scots say latest campaign is like 'discovering you're in a passive-aggressive relationship with over 200 celebrities'

Alex Salmond makes a point during the debate

Scottish independence referendum: Yes campaign admits it needs to change tactics to win

Alex Salmond will change tactics in the next televised referendum debate and be “more expansive” on the currency options an independent Scottish treasury would face if Westminster rejected sharing the pound, according to advisers close to the First Minister.

A former Scottish MSP said Scots who vote to remain in the UK are 'bad parents'

Scottish independence: People who vote 'No' in referendum are bad parents, claims former SNP MSP Lloyd Quinan

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has distanced himself from the comments

First Minister Alex Salmond will face off against Alistair Darling, the leader of the Better Together campaign, in a live televised showdown (Getty)

STV player: Live stream of Scottish Independence debate fails, meaning viewers outside Scotland could not watch

People were quick to post angry tweets about the situation

Scottish independence TV debate: When is it, where can you watch it, and what have they been saying?

Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling are going head to head tonight in a televised debate over the Scottish independence vote. Ahead of the clash, we outline the key information

The three main Westminster parties, which oppose independence, have already set out plans to increase devolution to Holyrood

Scottish referendum: Three main parties promise greater tax power for Holyrood if voters reject Independence

David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg jointly pledged last night that Scotland would gain greater tax-raising powers if voters reject independence in next month’s referendum.

The 57 to 43 per cent margin is based on the latest six opinion polls and excludes “don’t knows”

Scottish independence: Salmond in need of poll boost from televised debate

Country is on course to vote No to independence in September's referendum

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