Would that be enough for the Yes campaign?
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Four hours to go.
Seven hours to go.
We should establish directly-elected County Legislative Assemblies – whose members should indirectly elect the members a reformed upper house in Parliament.
Good luck to the No Campaign.
My vision of the nightmare that would follow a Yes vote today.
Scotland Decides 5) Cllr David Hodge: Devolution for England next? County councils should have more powers
Allow us the discretion to reform the way we arrange and fund services and we will offer the Exchequer an increased tax yield.
Their reaction suggests that Cameron’s vow of more powers to Scotland is unacceptable to the Parliamentary Party as it stands.
In Coldstream, on the border between Scotland and England, the leader of the Scottish Conservatives is confident that Salmond will not break up the UK.
Even if there is a No vote on Thursday, my conversations with voters suggest that it will be enormously difficult to calm the passions which have been aroused.
The organisers of the Rally for Unity have more to teach the next generation of unionists than most of the official No campaign.
The answers themselves raise more questions that only a subject matter specialist who understands the physical complexities of deep sea cabling can properly comprehend.
Charlotte Leslie MP: ISIS. Putin. Which way do the enemies of both England and Scotland want to vote to go on Thursday?
The final irony is that those who dislike the Establishment are dancing to the very tune, played expertly by Alex Salmond, against which they think they are revolting.
A narrow No vote would not be in the best interests of any part of the UK.
He has long been one of the main voices in the Commons for a fairer deal for England. Now he is being heard more widely.