"You make the statement, as a categorical statement of unqualified fact, that "The next Scottish election in 2016 will be to the first independent parliament. At this point, you will be able to choose the government you want for Scotland" as a categorical statement of unqualified fact."
Do you conceive of any or all of the following possibilities -
1. That Scotland will formally become an independent nation before negotiations are completed on fundamental matters?
2. That the date of the 2016 election is flexible, i.e. that it could be delayed until negotiations are complete?
3. That the outcome of the referendum itself will not be legally contested and challenged, e.g. in the event of a narrow or disputed result?