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It is the most important vote Scots will ever cast, and last night the Secretary of State for Scotland, Michael Moore, went head to head with Scotland's Deputy First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, in the first debate on television discussing the pros and cons of Scottish Independence.
It is a hugely complex issue - and Kenny Toal now examines whether it was made any clearer for voters:
Last night the Secretary of State for Scotland and Scotland's deputy First Minister went head to head in the first debate on TV.
High on the agenda was the economy and what would happen to Scotland's currency if there is a yes vote:
You can see the Scottish independence debate live as it happens by clicking here.
The debate starts in 10 minutes' time at 10.30pm.
The Scottish Secretary Michael Moore has warned that an independent Scotland could spell disaster for the region's economy on both sides of the Border.
The MP for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk was speaking ahead of the first live television debate on the issue of Independence.
The SNP has rubbished the claims saying they are nothing more than scaremongering.
Watch Kenny Toal's full report from the Border below.