PMQs: Hague and Harman on Scottish independence vote
William Hague and Harriet Harman spoke of their views of the benefits of Scotland remaining in the United Kingdom, and plans for further devolution if there was a no vote in the independence referendum
The pair - standing in for their party leaders who were campaigning in Scotland - spent the whole of their exchanges at PMQs agreeing in their calls for Scotland to stay within the UK.
The Leader of the House said next Thursday's vote was "not an opinion poll where you can change your mind the next day".
And the deputy Labour leader said the UK "must stay as family and not become foreigners to each other."