One of the issues with the No campaign is that there is no agreement on what a post-referendum Scotland would look like. Ruth Davidsons "line in the sand" has been redrawn so many times its embarrasing, the LibDems long-avowed policy of a federal UK seems to have vanished without trace and the Labour Party in Scotland can't hold a policy together. Throw in moves to stop "Scottish" MPs voting on English-only matters, an EU referendum and the further downgrading of the UKs AAA rating and it's pure guesswork as to what the UK will look like. But that's just the nature of politics. Asking questions now about what sort of policies an Independent Scotland might adopt in 2016 is equally fraught with difficulty yet any uncertainty is being painted as something unique to the Yes case.
All we can really do at this point is look at the general direction in which we'd like to travel, either a more unequal society (by any independent measure) or somewhere that cares a bit more about the less advantaged.