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.
James Mitchell evaluates the tone and content of the two campaigns.
In light of controversial referendum adverts, Kirstein Rummery discusses the role of women voters in the referendum campaign.
As part of our weekly state of the debate series, Charlie Jeffery discusses the outcome of last night's television debate.
As part of a weekly state of the debate series, Charlie Jeffery discusses the outcome of the television debate.
As part of a weekly state of the debate series, James Mitchell weighs in on what the next 6 weeks are likely to hold.
As part of a weekly state of the debate series, David Bell examines the impact of the Salmond-Darling debate on the bookies odds.
How should charities engage in the referendum debate? What are the opportunities and pitfalls? Lauren Pennycook of the Carnegie UK Trust explains.
Stephen Quinlan and Mark Shephard discuss their findings on social media and the referendum, noting that the Yes Scotland campaign continues to have the advantage over the Better Together campaign
The UK Government released the final Scotland Analysis paper, United