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27 August 2014 Last updated at 08:48 ET

Brown and Darling in referendum callGordon Brown

Gordon Brown appears alongside his former chancellor Alistair Darling to call on Scottish voters to reject independence.

john swinneySwinney says 'No currency, no debt'

Finance secretary John Swinney has confirmed Scotland will not pay its share of the UK debt if it does not get a currency union after independence.

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Brian Taylor Article written by Brian Taylor Brian Taylor Political editor, Scotland

The aftermath of debate round two

Not a knock-out, then, but a clear points victory. Alistair Darling was still standing, still in the ring, but it was Team Salmond who were smiling.

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Douglas Fraser, Business and economy editor, Scotland Article written by Douglas Fraser Douglas Fraser Business and economy editor, Scotland

Mandate with destiny

If Scottish voters are being asked to hand Alex Salmond the backing for his White Paper, what will voters in England, Wales and Northern Ireland give their MPs next May?

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Features & Analysis

  • Post boxPostal voting

    The popular rise of a system born from conflict

  • Twitter iconsDebate round-up

    Tweets, quotes, comments and pictures from TV debate series

  • Confused childQuestion of the day

    How does childcare fit into the referendum debate?

  • Building blocks with namesIn the spotlight

    How much does Scotland buy and sell to the rest of the UK?

  • Alex SalmondAlex Salmond

    A brief history of the economist who became leader of his nation

  • Alistair DarlingBetter Together

    A brief history of the left wing student who took high office

  • Kelvingrove debate podiumIn pictures

    Behind the scenes at the Kelvingrove debate venue

  • Referend-erm? questionGot a question?

    Why not post one to the Referend-erm? web site

  • Ballot boxQ&A

    All you need to know about voting on 18 September

  • Campaign broadcasts

    Links to the campaign broadcasts ahead of the Scottish independence referendum

  • Take part

    Join the audience for Radio Scotland's Big Debate each Friday

  • Join in

    Apply to take part in a TV referendum debate


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