Get out to vote

Published: 18 September 2014

For the past 16 months, our experts at the Future of the UK and Scotland Programme have been bringing you expert, impartial analysis of the campaign as it unfolds. Now it is time to visit the polling station and cast your vote.

Still undecided? If so why not take a look at our brief guide to the debate, our interactive tool to check out where you stand, and the ebook (now downloaded over 80,000 times) Scotland’s Decision: 16 Questions to think about for the referendum on 18 September.

Once the polling stations close, you can follow our experts on air on BBC, BBC Radio Scotland, STV, Al Jazeera, and CNN. And overnight we will be following developments online on www.futureukandscotland.ac.uk and on twitter @UKScotland offering instant comment on key events and publishing hourly updates on where things stand from 6am on Friday morning. 

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