"Fears have been expressed of polling-day trouble, with No supporters concerned about intimidation at polling stations when rival campaigners come face to face. One senior No campaign source said: 'We are worried that there is going to be absolute carnage.'"
But in another piece the Herald seems to indicate that if UKIP turns up Scots will definitely vote for independence - without any need for "absolute carnage" to frighten them into voting down the Union -
So, the SNP and the official pro-Union lobby sees UKIP - also pro-Union - as promoting "division and grievance". Duh...? I thought promoting division and grievance was the SNP's job? Not according to the "anti" fascists -