# scotland - Today’s News
The tennis star has had his say.
‘Don’t leave us this way’ writes The Mirror.
Polls suggest the result is too close to call.
Fancy a breakdown of the best new shows and returning series? We’ve got you covered.
# scotland - Yesterday’s News
Everybody’s talking about protests outside Leinster House, Lucinda Creighton, and Scottish independence.
It’s barnstorming, really.
Ged Nash has become the first Irish government minister to express a view on Scottish independence.
Former US President Bill Clinton has weighed into the debate, but Gerry Adams won’t be getting involved.
They’ve jumped the fence, baby, and are coming to visit us.
Column: ‘The Scottish voting yes are doing so from an international, rather than just a nationalist mindset’
If Scotland has to consider anew its membership of the European Union, then the Irish Government should be there standing up for its application, writes Eamon Ryan.
Can’t we all just have a sensible discussion?
Both sides have one more day of campaigning before the public go to the polls tomorrow.
# scotland - Tuesday 16 September, 2014
Everybody’s talking about: Micheál Martin’s bid for Taoiseach, US bombing the Islamic State, and an arrest over a serious sexual assault .
David Cameron and Co promised “faster, safer and better change.”
Geldof’s been speaking out against Scottish independence.
Separatists say it will be up to the people to decide but there are questions about how secure the monarchy would be after independence.
# scotland - Sunday 14 September, 2014
Everyone’s talking about cancelled penalty points, a closed prison unit and another IS hostage beheading.
There has been surprisingly little coverage or comment on Scottish independence in Ireland, but a Yes vote would affect us on many fronts.
# scotland - Saturday 13 September, 2014
He’s got something to say about the whole referendum thing.
Should they stay or should they go? Here’s what people have been saying.
Good morning! Here’s everything you need to know as the weekend starts…
# scotland - Friday 12 September, 2014
I was brought up to be and remain a passionate patriot undiluted by years of exile – but here’s why I would vote No.
Scotland will take to the polls on September 18.
# scotland - Thursday 11 September, 2014
* Publicly at least.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is 81% owned by the British state.
Temperatures of up to 22 degrees today… Here’s everything you need to know as you start your Thursday.
# scotland - Wednesday 10 September, 2014
That’s according to the new Draft National Risk Assessment, which was launched for public consultation today.
Could the United Kingdom really cease to be and what would this mean for Ireland?
Another warm September day on the way… Here’s everything you need to know.
All three party leaders have pulled out of Prime Minister’s Questions to head north.
# scotland - Tuesday 9 September, 2014
Unlike Scotland, whose referendum was approved by the British government, the Catalan plan faces outright resistance from national leaders.
The pro-union side has just slightly inched ahead, after a dramatic surge in support for independence.
It’s set to be a sunny(ish) Tuesday… Here’s everything you need to know.
# scotland - Sunday 7 September, 2014
Sure — technically it’s not our battle… But let’s all have a heated debate anyway.
Whoever wins, we might see Ireland brought back into the picture as part of a broader ‘post-sovereign’ political framework.
Scottish referendum: The ‘Yes’ side have pulled ahead for the first time, and the Queen is not amused
Today’s findings dramatically raise the stakes ahead of the vote — now just 11 days away.
# scotland - Thursday 4 September, 2014
The Scots face Germany on Sunday. Gulp.
# scotland - Monday 1 September, 2014
Tian Tian is now past her due date and the zoo has warned that it may be “bad news”.
# scotland - Saturday 30 August, 2014
‘The water has frozen my brain’: Winners and losers and one for you to decide from the political week
You win some, you lose some – even during the summer recess.
Mick Jagger, Stephen Hawking and Judi Dench are also urging a ‘no’ vote next month. But Sean Connery’s heading up the celebrity ‘yes’ campaign.
The government has avoided expressing a view on the issue but where do the individual parties stand?