Looking at how the situation has changed ahead of #Indyref2.
First of all, it's a draft and hasn't been signed off by Scottish parliament. But Nicola Sturgeon looks set on pushing for independence from the UK again.
A year after the independence referendum, the "Hope Over Fear" movement is the awkward sibling of mainstream Scottish nationalism.
The Scottish Labour Party is "now set to defcon fucked" according to an MP.
Two Yes campaigners who were surrounded by angry unionists in St. George's Square after the independence referendum could still face a day in court or a fine.
The crowd in George Square is still upset that Scotland voted to remain in the UK, and some people's grief has clearly turned into an obsession with the idea that the election was rigged.
The majority has spoken. The dream of the biggest party Scotland would have ever seen is over. I was right there, watching hope turn to despair in Glasgow—one of Scotland's jilted Yes cities.
Scotland is on its way to the polls to decide whether to be an independent country. While that's happening, read some analysis from the makers of melancholy but catchy, literate but tender, epic but understated indie rock.
History will be made tomorrow when the people of Scotland vote for or against becoming an independent country. But how would becoming independent affect day-to-day food prices?