The Scottish Independence referendum campaign is in its final stages, as the vote will be held on Thursday. If the vote is 'Yes', then in 2016 the 307-year-old country of Great Britain will be split apart. If the 'No' vote succeeds, Westminster has promised to devolve more powers to the Scottish parliament.
A woman listens as celebrities, including Sir Bob Geldof, speaks to supporters of the 'Better Together' campaign from a stage in Trafalgar Square, London, England. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images People listen to Bob Geldof speaking at a 'No' campaign event in Trafalgar Square, London. The latest polls in Scotland's independence referendum put the 'No' campaign back in the lead. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images The Trafalgar Square event saw thousands of people gather in support of the Union, despite the event's details only being finalised a few hours beforehand. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Alistair Darling leader of the Better Together meets with members of the public during a walk about in Kilmarnock, Scotland. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images Prime Minister David Cameron addresses members of the No campaign in Aberdeen, Scotland. Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images People pass the Better Together Edinburgh office . Matt Cardy/Getty Images A 'No' campaign poster was vandalised by a 'Yes' supporter on the outskirts of Edinburgh, Scotland. Both 'Yes' and 'No' supporters have complained about the opposing side using intimidation. Cathal McNaughton/Reuters A supporter of the 'No' campaign in Glasgow, Scotland. Glasgow saw the biggest rally in support of the 'No' vote during the entire campaign. Paul Hackett/Reuters English fashion designer Vivienne Westwood waves a Scottish saltire flag, before the presentation of her Red Label Spring/Summer 2015 collection during London Fashion Week. Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters A model presents a creation from the Vivienne Westwood Red Label Spring/Summer 2015 collection, while wearing a 'Yes' badge. Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters Placards showing 'Yes' and 'No' are displayed in a house window in central Edinburgh, Scotland. The latest poll-of-polls places the 'No' vote at 47%, with the 'Yes' campaign at 46%. Dylan Martinez/Reuters 'Yes' and 'No' supporters exchange words during, as Alistair Darling leader of the Better Together meets with members of the public during a walk about in Kilmarnock, Scotland. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images A 'Yes' sticker is seen on the back of a man's head at a pro-independence rally in Glasgow, Scotland. With only 1% separating the 'Yes' and 'No' vote, the outcome of this election will rest with the 7% of voters who remained undecided. Paul Hackett/Reuters