‘Yes’ and ‘No’ campaigners listen to Labour MP Jim Murphy speak during his ‘100 Towns in 100 Days’ tour in Dundee. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters

Those supporting independence have support of 47% of voters, compared with 53% for No side

Academic Tom Gallagher (left) and Labour politician Frank McAveety at yesterday’s debate on the Scottish independence referendum hosted in Glasgow by the ‘Irish Voice’. Photograph: Mark Hennessy

Irish community in Scotland is key target for Yes campaign

Scottish first minister and SNP leader Alex Salmond (centre) visits Ferguson Shipbuilders. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Most of Glasgow’s shipyard workers believe build orders would go elsewhere

Like most places, Dundee has a problem with alcohol; though the problem in the Tayside city is worse than most because it has one of Scotland’s worst death figures due to drink.

It is getting harder to sell alcohol – unless perhaps you are a late-night takeaway

Former Tory MP   Douglas Carswell (right) with Ukip leader Nigel Farage, after he announced  his defection to Ukip yesterday.  Photograph: EPA

Carswell resigns Tory seat over EU membership and prompts byelection

Scotland’s deputy first minister  Nicola Sturgeon addressing an independence meeting  on the Isle of Cumbrae in the Firth of Clyde. Photograph: Mark Hennessy

A pro-independence roadshow reaches out over very inch of available ground

Better Together leader Alistair Darling and former prime minister Gordon Brown at a No rally in Dundee, Scotland on Wednesday. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/ Getty Images

Gordon Brown and Alistair Darling have united to urge Scots to maintain union

Scottish first minister and SNP leader Alex Salmond (second from right) during a visit to the Ferguson Shipbuilders’ yard in Port Glasgow yesterday. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

SNP leader delivers shot in the arm to Yes campaign

Better Together leader Alistair Darling (L) and first minister of Scotland Alex Salmond debate over Scottish independence at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow yesterday. Photograph: David Cheskin/Reuters/Pool

Analysis: Often the debate descended into a shouting match, particularly over the NHS

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