Labour's shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander says that "the decision before us is far bigger than party politics" in his opening statement.
He argues that a unified United Kingdom can deliver: "More and better jobs, a National Health Service that can change and develop the needs for our futures and for our future population, pensions that can deliver dignity and decency as our population ages, a strong Scottish Parliament".
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.