Gordon Brown is out-flanking quite a few in his party with his prescription for how far Scottish devolution should go.
The argument for Scottish independence suffers a set-back as Standard Life says it could move away from the country in the event of a "Yes" vote, and RBS reports increased losses.
Scotland's oil is worth £1.5 trillion and will make the country one of the wealthiest in the world, according to the first minister. Is he right?
David Cameron and Alex Salmond chair meetings in the UK's oil and gas capital, Aberdeen, in the latest clash over Scottish independence and set out their plans for North Sea exploration.
The president of the European Commission thinks an independent Scotland will find it very difficult to join the EU. The SNP has called his comments "preposterous". Who's right?
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond says George Osborne's "diktat", rejecting a currency union with an independent Scotland, has backfired north of the border.
Chancellor George Osborne says he would not sign up to a currency union with an independent Scotland, saying such a deal would "not work" and was "not going to happen".