Voters concerned in “the face of a robust Yes campaign”.

Supporters of a No vote gathered yesterday on a cricket pitch

Queen Elizabeths
 has until now 
studiously 
avoided entering the referendum debate. Photograph: Fred Thornhill/Reuters

Monarch’s remarks end silence on issue as opinion polls show result too close to call

 Orangemen and women march at Saturday’s  pro-union parade in Edinburgh. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Better Together campaign distances itself from 15,000 strong march in Edinburgh

British prime minister David Cameron said the UK “cannot ignore” the threat posed by the Islamic State group, he said. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA

Declaration follows release of video showing killing of kidnapped aid worker David Haines

Alex Salmond, Scotland’s first minister. Photograph: Chris Goodney/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Next week’s referendum will show if first minister and Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond has played his cards right

Tony Blair: “When they said to [Ian Paisley] peace was thinkable, he made it possible.”

Tony Blair, David Cameron and Alex Salmond among those paying tribute

Scottish National Party minister Alistair Allan and Cllr John McKeever in  the Yes Scotland offices in Stornoway on Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. Photograph: Mark Hennessy

Independence referendum offers islands chance to press for devolution

Scottish first minister and SNP leader Alex Salmond (centre)  with former SNP deputy leader Jim Sillars (right). Photograph: Reuters/Paul Hackett

Former deputy leader of Scottish National Party warns of ‘day of reckoning’

A man erects a Scottish flag  in the garden of his cottage on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides yesterday. Photograph: Reuters

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