The campaign aimed at getting Scots to say yes to independence has revealed it has received over £1.7 million in donations.
£1,000,000 came from a couple who won the lottery.
The news comes on the same day a House of Lords committee criticised politicians on both sides of the debate, for failing to spell out the full consequences of the vote, whatever the outcome.
Kathryn Samson has this report:
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