Given the vast number of advisors available to you, I hardly dare throw in my two-pennyworth when it comes to Scottish Independence, but, never-the-less, here goes. As it stands Scotland's First Minister has been making all the running. Might I suggest a different plan from Downing St. Agree to a further Referendum, but with conditions. A legally binding agreement that this would be the last on for, say fifty years. If Scotland leaves UK, if they at some future date want to return, a referendum of the remaining countries will need to be held and there must be a majority in favour of re-admitting them. The terms of the 'Divorce Settlement', must be agreed between the two Governments beforehand, which will need to include who pays for who's pensions. What part of The UK National Debt Scotland takes responsibility for. What happens to The Armed Forces and what Assets get transferred. What currency Scotland is going to use as they will have no control of the pound sterling. The question of The Border, hard or soft, should be agreed in advance along with trade relations and agreements. The status of The overseas Assets, Embassies etc. The status of The Crown in Scotland. Fishing Rights. While not something to concern HM's Government, it should be suggested that Scotland's First Minister should find out in advance whether The EU will accept them as a Member, and if so when. No doubt other heading will occur to those more familiar with this topic. The logic, though, is simple enough. IF the people of Scotland are going to be asked to make such an important decision, they should know in advance PRECISELY what they are voting for.