If Scotland votes No, will there be another referendum on independence at a later date?
Answer: The Edinburgh Agreement states that a referendum must be held by the end of 2014. There is no arrangement in place for another referendum on independence.
It is the view of the current Scottish Government that a referendum is a once-in-a-generation opportunity. This means that only a majority vote for Yes in 2014 would give certainty that Scotland will be independent.
Vote rigging is to be expected…
I imagine a controversial “NO” vote will be used by the institutions to permanently stamp-out opposition. Thus expect mounting social unrest in the following years. ~Ron