Hope in a time of uncertainty
Being independent is the opportunity to build something better, offering hope for the future, according to the First Minister, Alex Salmond, speaking to Yes Scotland.
As an independent country we can bring together our resources, our talent and our people to make Scotland a fairer and more successful country.
Why not find out more about what being independent means, by visiting our Why Vote Yes pages.
After all, it is fundamentally better for us all if decisions about our future are taken by the people who care most about Scotland, that is by the people of Scotland. That way, we can make Scotland the sort of country and society we all know it can be.
Dennis Canavan has been answering your questions in the latest BBC Scotland webcast on the independence referendum.
BBC Scotland's Bill Whiteford put your questions to the chairman of Yes Scotland and former Labour MP.
For many months now the Tories, like their Labour partners in the anti-independence coalition, have been bandying around vague promises of more powers if only the people of Scotland vote No. We now know this is a sham.
The Prime Minister has ventured north again today, giving a speech at the Scottish Tory Conference in Edinburgh. David Cameron will no doubt be comfortable preaching to the converted, but to the rest of us his presence will serve as a timely reminder of exactly what a No vote would mean for Scotland – more Tory Prime Ministers we didn’t vote for.
Mother-of-two Pat Bremner explains why she has decided to vote Yes on 18 September.