Scottish independence: Aberdeen referendum debate round-up
Ahead of the 18 September independence referendum, BBC Scotland hosted a debate in Aberdeen giving voters the chance to quiz politicians and commentators at the heart of the 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 oil capital of Europe.
Annabel Goldie: Baroness Goldie, MSP for the West of Scotland and former Scottish Conservative Party leader.
Nicola Sturgeon: Deputy Scottish first minister, MSP for Glasgow Southside and deputy leader of the SNP.
Jim Murphy: MP for East Renfrewshire and shadow international development secretary.
Sir Brian Souter: Founder of the Stagecoach Group and SNP backer.
1. Would an independent Scotland be less vulnerable to terrorism?
2. Would taxes rise in an independent Scotland?
3. Does the prospect of a strengthened UKIP presence in Westminster pose more risk to Scotland than independence??
4. What's better for higher education, independence or the Union?
BBC data journalist, Marc Ellison, developed an online tool to follow what was being said on social media, using the #bbcindyref hashtag.
He said: "Last night's event in Aberdeen generated the second-highest number of tweets (2,067) posted during any of BBC Scotland's referendum debates to date.
"Online posts plateaued at about 50tpm (tweets per minute) until the 21:33 mark, when it increased to 71tpm.
"This surge was prompted by the following question: Does the prospect of a strengthened UKIP presence in Westminster provide more risk to Scotland than independence?
"A second, smaller surge in tweets (62), came on the 21:39 mark as many of the Twitterati directed abuse at MSP Jim Murphy after he said the SNP voted with the Conservatives in 1979 to bring down a Labour government at Westminster, enabling Mrs Thatcher to come to power."
"A final tpm bump in came at 21:44 with the ire of many tweeters this time aimed at Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon following her statement that, "every person in Scotland could vote Labour and we wouldn't get a Labour government if England votes Tory."
What you said
Nick Eardley: Opened iplayer for #indyref debate. Briefly thought Sturgeon and Murphy were looking a bit different
Andrea Mullaney: Getting so distracted by the organ on #bbcindyref. Keep thinking the Phantom of the Opera is going to pop up & start playing dramatic music.
Tom Gordon: I've spoken to "at least one" Tory who told me there would be a currency union, Sir Brian Souter says to deserved groans #bbcindyref
Cat Headley: This divided audience reflects our country and this depresses me. #bbcindyref
Fiona White: At the end, I would've liked to see the audience given the chance to move seats based on whether their opinion had changed #bbcindyref
Nicola Sturgeon said she would never support tuition fees for Scottish university students.
She argued that, as someone who benefited from free education: "I'll never be part of anything in politics that takes that away."
When asked if he could promise free education, Mr Murphy said: "Each of the political parties will say at the next Scottish election what their priorities will be."
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