Thanks to acts of devolution in 1998 and 2012, the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood controls:
In 2013 the Scottish government published "Scotland's Future: Your Guide To An Independent Scotland" on what an independent Scotland would like and its relationship with the rest of the UK and EU.
The plans include:
The head of polling company YouGov said he was "99% certain" a victory for the pro-union No camp.
In an interview with Sky News, Peter Kellner said: "Now, at the obvious risk of looking like a complete prat in about eight hours time, I would say it's a 99% certainty it's a No victory."
He said his judgement was based in a survey of 1,828 people after they had voted, in addition to postal votes showing a 54% majority for No.
This Thursday Scotland decides... will they vote Yes or No for Scottish independence?
On Friday morning we'll have a special edition of the show, tune in from 6am to 10am on Friday 19 September, to watch Good Morning Britain: Scotland decides.
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Meanwhile, Charlotte Hawkins shares her personal experience of MDN - her elderly father is fighting the life-changing disease.
We also meet 29-year-old Charlie Fletcher, who was diagnosed at the unusually young age of 26.
It's Election Day for the Scottish Referendum today, with voting across the region starting at 7am and closing at 10pm, when counting begins at 32 regional centres.
The eyes of the world will be on her but you probably don't know who she is - Sue Jameson meets Mary Pitcaithly, the woman who will announce to the world whether Scotland remains part of the United Kingdom on Friday morning.
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Decision day has arrived for Scotland, with voters north of the border going to the polls today to determine if the country should remain part of the United Kingdom or not