ITV Border's Political Editor reflects on the Spanish perspective on Scottish independence, voiced by Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
There are serious doubts about if, how and when an independent Scotland will take its place in the EU.
Today's White Paper on Scottish independence may be 670 pages long, but many voters still say they have unanswered questions.
As the fallout from the White Paper continues, Scotland's farmers have been asking what independence will mean for them.
Richard Lochhead claims a 'yes' vote would provide a "billion euro boost" and a stronger voice in Europe.
Opponents say that is just wishful thinking.
Watch the full report from Kathryn Samson below.
Farmers and staff at Newtown St Boswells in the Scottish Borders having been speaking to ITV Border about how independence could affect their industry.
Campaigners who want Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom today claimed the SNP's White Paper on independence is no more than a series of un-costed promises.
The Better Together cross-party group say the document, launched by First Minister Alex Salmond yesterday, is no more than a wish of un-costed pledges.
Watch the full report from our Political Editor Peter MacMahon below.
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The MP for Perth and North Perthshire Pete Wishart asked Prime Minister David Cameron whether now that the blueprint for Scottish independence had been launched in the form of the White Paper, whether he would be prepared to debate the issue with Scotland's First Minister.
The Deputy Leader of the Scottish Labour Party, and Glasgow MP, Anas Sarwar posed the question in today's Prime Minister's Questions whether the credibility of the White Paper could be called into question as it offered no Plan B.
Borders MP Michael Moore has been reacting to yesterday's launch of the Scottish Government's White Paper on Scottish independence.
We asked him what his first thoughts were on the document.
Dumfries and Galloway MP Russell Brown has been responding to the White Paper launched by the SNP yesterday.
The MP said that the people of Scotland need answers to their questions to make their decision - answers he believes have not been set out in the 670 pages of the White Paper.