Scottish independence: Edinburgh referendum debate round-up
Ahead of the 18 September independence referendum, BBC Scotland hosted a debate in Edinburgh giving voters the chance to quiz politicians and commentators at the heart of the historic vote.
But the event wasn't just for the audience facing the panel - through social media, using the #bbcindyref hashtag, plus email and text - you told us what you thought.
Here are highlights from the on-air discussion, and the pick of what you said about our debate from the Scottish capital.
John Swinney: MSP for Perthshire North and Scottish government finance secretary.
Johann Lamont: MSP for Glasgow Pollok and leader of the Scottish Labour Party.
Charles Kennedy: MP for Ross, Skye and Lochaber and former leader of the Liberal Democrats.
Joyce McMillan: Columnist for The Scotsman.
1. Are the SNP trying to mislead the public over the NHS?
2. A recent study has shown almost 1 million Scots are classed as poor. How will a No or a Yes vote address this problem?
3. In last night's debate in Glasgow, do the panel think Mr Salmond was able to allay the concerns to the electorate regarding the currency issue?
4. The amount of oil to be obtained in the future has been reported with conflicting views. So who is telling the truth?
BBC data journalist, Marc Ellison, developed an online tool to follow what was being said on social media using the #bbcindyref hashtag.
He explains: "There were three distinct surges in online discussion during the hour-long debate, with online chatter peaking at the 21:42 mark as an audience member raised the ever-contentious issue of the currency."
"The second largest spike in Twitter activity came in the wake of Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont accusing Finance Secretary John Swinney of "promising everybody the earth" in an independent Scotland.
"Surprisingly the third largest spike (30 tweets) came in the closing minutes of the debate when historically the Twitter users have become less engaged. This peak was prompted by the final question from the audience: The amount of oil to be obtained in the future has been reported with conflicting views - so who is telling the truth?"
What you said
Maria Cure: "Oh reflection, it maybe wasn't great how many people laughed at the mention of Prof Ronald MacDonald's name. #bbcindyref"
Paul Cairney: "Hipster in the audience calls it the Barnette formula #bbcindyref"
Paul Hutcheon: Brutal question by @BBCJamesCook to @JohannLamont on Labour's poverty record #bbcindyref
Jackie: Better quality debate tonight than last night #bbcindyref Can actually hear what the speakers are saying.
Finance Secretary John Swinney confirmed Scotland will not pay its share of the UK debt if it does not get a currency union after independence.
He said: "If the UK is going to seize the assets then it is welcome to all the liabilities and we won't be having any of them if that is how the UK behaves."
But Charles Kennedy replied: "If you did not (take some debt), on day one of an independent Scotland, never mind London and the terrible people down there, the international markets would have you for breakfast lunch and dinner."
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