It is literally all that anyone has been talking about. But what else is left to discuss?
The latest Survation poll, for the Daily Mail, gives Better Together a four point lead, but puts Yes up from last week.
Alex Salmond leads a campaign for Scottish independence, arguing that economically and socially, Scotland will be better off outside the UK.
Will democracy prevail in the vote for Scottish Independence?
The No camp have continued their efforts to win back voters by planning to hold a one day festival to celebrate the union.
The decision of Scotland will have a larger effect on Wales than most realise, as shown by the comments of Plaid Cymru this week.
In YouGov’s latest poll, released Saturday night, it is revealed that the ‘Yes’ campaign has taken the lead for the first time in any poll.
The most recent poll data shows that in all age groups, apart from the 60+ group, the majority of Scots favour independence.
Alex Salmond recently confirmed his intentions to remain first minister if Scotland votes ‘no’. But will this be the case?
With three weeks to go until the referendum, Alistair Darling and Alex Salmond take part in their second debate.
Leeds United could loan Hull City's Jarrod Bowen until the summer.
Arsenal are reportedly considering signing Layvin Kurzawa.
Krzysztof Piatek had been linked to Tottenham.
Tottenham Hotspur reportedly want Joao Cancelo from Manchester City.
Premier League leaders Liverpool have been tipped to rescue Federico Bernardeschi from his Juventus struggles.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly closing in on Leonardo Campana.
Fulham will reportedly sign Huddersfield's Terence Kongolo, opening the door for Joe Bryan to seal a return to the Premier League.
Leeds United have been linked with Watford striker Andre Gray.
Leeds United and Nottingham Forest have been credited with an interest in Watford's Andre Gray.
Steven Nzonzi has been linked with Premier League trio Villa, West Ham United, Crystal Palace and Everton after falling out of favour at Roma.
A new Sunday Times/PanelBase poll gives the pro-union side a strong lead on the question of independence.
Scotland could end up going the way of Greece if it voted to leave the UK in order to remain a member of the European Union as an independent country, a new report has argued.
A Panelbase poll puts the SNP ahead in both Holyrood and Westminster elections in Scotland. It also puts the Scottish Greens on track to win 9 seats