17 September 2014
The ballot box will soon have a voice, louder than any microphone or megaphone.
The future of Scotland will be decided in the referendum on independence on 18 September. Here's a brief guide on how to make sure your vote is counted.
Unemployment in Scotland falls by 15,000 to 168,000 between May and July, taking the unemployment rate down to 6%.
It's one day to go until the referendum. For one last time, we round-up everything which happened on today's campaign trail.
What happens if the Scottish referendum result is a draw?
The story of the 1979 devolution debate at the Oxford Union
How WWI halted a Scottish Parliament 100 years ago
Do they really exist or is it just a lot of hot air?
The world's media turns its gaze on Scotland
The story of North Sea oil told through BBC film
The best of Radio 5 live's coverage of the Scottish independence referendum
Links to the campaign broadcasts ahead of the Scottish independence referendum
Join the audience for Radio Scotland's Big Debate each Friday
Watch the latest political news, interviews and debate
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