YouGov/Sun poll – Labour lead remains three points: CON 33%, LAB 36%, LD 8%, UKIP 13%, GRN 5%
Britain will hold together – but only just. YouGov/Sun poll on #indyref predicts No 52%, Yes 48%
– Cameron made a monumental blunder by denying Scotland the choice of devo-super-max on the ballot.
– The Montreal effect: Why the referendum could mark the end of Scottish finance.
– Little Britain: The UK will never punch above its weight again if the Scots vote to leave.
– Scottish independence referendum: Yes campaign wins the social media battle.
– The Don’t Knows hold key to separation: Final series of polls suggest future of the UK hangs in the balance.
– Did Thai police try to ‘stitch up’ friend of beach murder victim? As hunt for killers descends into farce fears grow over campaign to smear Britons involved.
– Obesity is a ‘slow motion car crash’ that may bankrupt the NHS, says its chief executive.
– Riot police fire tear gas on Calais migrants as they try to keep them away from UK-bound lorries.
– Biggest jobs boom in 25 years sees unemployment fall by half a MILLION to 6.2% with Scotland outperforming the rest of Britain.
– Nigel Farage blames pro-independence camp for sparking anti-English riots.
– Cameron insists he will NOT stand down in event of Scottish ‘Yes’ vote.
– Scrapping paper tax discs could cost Treasury £167m, say RAC.
– Barack Obama’s Syrian plan to train and arm fighters against IS wins US House backing.
– Universities to face ‘severe strain’.
– Drugs cost watchdog urges review of new drug adoption.
– Shetland may reconsider its place in Scotland after yes vote, says minister.
– End of student cap was ‘sprung on universities’, ex-special adviser admits.
– Delays to welfare payments for disabled people ‘unacceptable’, admits minister.
– Andy McSmith’s Diary: All-women shortlists now; Cameron advisers next?
– Islamic State: Syrian air strikes could be legal, claims former Attorney General Dominic Grieve.
– All-female shortlist in race to replace Lansley.
– Higher ‘sin taxes’ would punish poor Brits, Labour warned.
– Move to appoint cop as commissioner will undermine trust, say campaigners.
– Labour MP crashes into motorcyclist.
– Alex Salmond praises ‘greatest campaigners’ in final referendum rally as Nick Robinson is booed.
– Scottish independence results: what to expect when.
– Boris Johnson refuses to rule out standing for Tory leadership.
– Spanish Prime Minister gives EU warning to Scots.
– Nigel Farage accuses Alex Salmond of inciting riots.
– £18m offer to find who shot down MH17.
– Google is a cynical giant that must be tamed, News Corp warns EC chief.
– Now even French lawyers go on strike.
– Police repel migrants storming Calais lorries.
– An English parliament would rescue Cameron.
– Farmers may stop planting because Britons are too lazy to pick crops.
House of Commons
House of Lords
– Plenary agenda 09:00 – 11:50, Debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law – One hour maximum (Rule 135)
12:00 – 14:00, (VOTES followed by explanations of votes) Motions for resolutions concerning debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 135)
– SCOTLAND: Scottish independence referendum.
– SCOTLAND: Leading Scottish Liberal Democrats to cast independence referendum vote.
– LEEDS: Nick Clegg Q&A on Northern Futures project.
– LONDON: Nick Clegg speech to civil service apprenticeships event.
– 0900: Call Clegg on LBC 97.3.
– 0930: Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) releases its gross mortgage lending figures for August.
– 0930 NATIONAL: Department for Education publishing annual childcare and early years providers survey.
– 0930 ROTHERHAM: South Yorkshire Police and Crime Panel meeting to discuss what to do about the PCC post now vacant following the resignation of Shaun Wright.
– Kent County Council facing pressure to review scheme amid fears of rising crime.
– Save Lincolnshire Libraries campaigners call for the county council’s executive members to resign
– Safety concerns over huge turbines for Hartlepool after accident in Germany.
– Headcorn and Lenham villagers oppose housing plans for their villages.
– MEP calls for all Muslims to ‘shout from rooftops’ to condemn ISIS.
– Basildon bail hostel is staying put.
– Parking wardens to be issued with CCTV cameras.
– “Basildon’s new homes will be for Londoners” – UKIP claims.
– Veteran councillor Ken Turner to stand down at next election after becoming “disillusioned” with party politics.
– Ukip could target town after victory.