22 August 2014
The purdah period signals the end of fresh referendum material designed to win your vote.
More than a million people have signed a declaration that they are in favour of Scottish independence, campaigners say.
The best bits from this week's indyref trail as the campaigns mark four weeks to go
Former First Minister Henry McLeish says that voting "No" to independence "has become difficult" but he will still do so.
The chairman of a Scottish government commission into the future of North Sea oil says the industry would be hard-pushed to extract 15bn barrels.
Debate programme Any Answers? is giving you the chance to put forward your comments on the referendum and other topical issues.
Would the Scottish border change if the result is Yes?
The town that would have to rebrand if Scotland votes Yes
Why Wales will make its own mind up on independence
Can social media help keep Scotland in the Union?
Social media's use ahead of the independence referendum
Have you got a question for Alex Salmond or Alistair Darling?
Looking for referendum information?
Why not post one to the Referend-erm? web site
All you need to know about voting on 18 September
Links to the campaign broadcasts ahead of the Scottish independence referendum
Join the audience for Radio Scotland's Big Debate each Friday
Apply to take part in a TV referendum debate
Watch the latest political news, interviews and debate
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