The topic now moves on to welfare and social justice, which pits the pro-independence actress Elaine C Smith against the Labour MSP Kezia Dugdale.
Both make a passionate case, with Dugdale arguing that "child poverty has gone down under Labour, it's only gone up under the SNP".
Smith admits "we won't disagree on very much" regarding the importance of child poverty, but says that "Westminster has had 50 years or more of my lifetime to make a difference". She argues that Scotland needs to have full control over the levers of power to turn the statistics around.
Campaigners have made their case for and against Scottish independence in a 'Town Hall' style debate.
Things were a lot more civlised in tonight's 'town hall' style debate than in the head-to-heads between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling.
Some of the leading players in the Yes and No campaigns battle it out in the third major debate on Scottish independence.