STV News at Six Edinburgh International
STV News at Six from the Edinburgh region. This edition of the broadcast programme may have been edited for rights reasons.
The prime minister has introduced tough new powers to seize the passports of suspected Jihadists.
The Prime Minister has told STV News that he will attempt to forge a cross party consensus on more devolution should he win the next election.
The Electoral Commission says there's been an unprecedented surge in people registering to vote in the referendum.
Bookies shorten the odds on a Yes vote following last night's debate but Better Together say the decision will be made on the doorsteps, not TV sets.
The First Minister Alex Salmond and Better Together leader Alistair Darling will go head to head over Scotland's future again tonight in a live television debate.
Yes Scotland says its reached its target of million declarations backing independence as former prime minister Gordon Brown urges Scots to think twice.
The future of North Sea oil production dominates the last big Holyrood showdown before the referendum.
A leading figure in the oil and gas industry has claimed the Scottish Government's North Sea estimates are up to 60 percent too high.
The future of the NHS was at the heart of the referendum debate today as the Health Secretary said only a Yes vote would protect the service from privatisation.
The referendum battle has intensified with a month to go before we make one of the most important decisions in our country's history.
Moving the UKs nuclear deterrent out of an independent Scotland is perfectly possible and could cost a lot less than previously claimed.
The Chief Counting Officer for the Scottish Independence Referendum has told stv news that the final result should be known at breakfast time on the 19th of September.
The Labour Leader Ed Miliband has conceded that his party's opposition to a currency union with an independent Scotland could cost businesses in England hundreds of millions of pounds.
It's our pound and we're keeping it - Alex Salmond is defiant as he faces criticism following STV debate.
Last night's landmark TV debate between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling achieved a tv and online audience of 1.7 million viewers. The TV viewing peaked at 920,000 as the political leaders of the Yes and No c