The Scottish government agrees to change the wording of its proposed independence referendum question, after concern it may lead people to vote 'Yes'.
SNP ministers wanted to ask voters the yes/no question: "Do you agree that Scotland should be an independent country?" in autumn 2014.
The wording of the question will now be altered to: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"
The change was suggested by the Electoral Commission watchdog.
Final approval of the referendum arrangements rests with the Scottish Parliament.
In a report on the issue, the commission, which has been testing the government's proposed wording, said concern had been raised over the phrase "Do you agree" and said more "neutral" language was needed.