The leaders of the three main pro-union parties have signed an open letter pledging "extensive new powers" to the Scottish Parliament in the event of a No vote.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from a region in the central Philippines over fears that a volcano is about to erupt, ABC News reports.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology has moved Mount Mayon in Albay province up to alert level three following recent earthquakes and gas emissions.
Authorities have reportedly ordered a six-kilometre (3.7 mile) evacuation zone around the active volcano.
A spokesman for the Yes Scotland campaign has accused Westminster politicians of being "willing to say anything" to secure a No vote in Thursday's referendum.
The Passport Office is guilty of "serious management failures" after a lack of staff at the agency caused a huge backlog in applications, the chair of Hasc has said.
Keith Vaz told Good Morning Britain: "Here is an organisation that has made £124 million in surplus over two years, with a 500,000 applications backlog at the peak of the problems in the summer - with hundreds of thousands of British citizens in misery."
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The Government needs "to make sure there is no repeat" of the problems at the Passport Office that plagued holidaymakers this summer, a Home Office minister has said.
Immigration and security minister James Brokenshire explained:
A candlelit vigil was held on Monday evening on the Thai island where two young Britons were found dead earlier in the day.
About 100 people gathered on the shore of Koh Tao close to the spot where the bodies were found.
The leaders of the three main pro-union parties have put their name to a letter guaranteeing "extensive new powers" for the Scottish Parliament if Scotland decides to remain parts of the UK.
David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg have all signed the pledge, which appears on the front page of today's Daily Record.
The letter also appears to guarantee the future funding of the NHS:
Holidaymakers who suffered severe delays due to this summer's passport chaos are entitled to compensation, an influential group of MPs has said.
The Home Affairs Select Committee (Hasc) wants to see the Passport Office back under ministerial control and compensation paid to those who used the fast-track renewal service.
Her Majesty's Passport Office (HMPO) was accused of putting holidaymakers' summer plans in jeopardy as it struggled to cope with demand and a backlog of applications in progress spiralled past half a million.
The number of applications has been cut from 550,000 to 90,000, according to ministers, but it has not been enough to stop thousands of families from missing their holiday.
Compensation should be paid to fast-track applicants, who had paid an extra £30 to have their passport renewed within a week of sending off their application, Hasc said.