Just been listening to some of the responses to an independent Scotland and the Project Fear some are talking about. Wouldn't the biggest fear be a Conservative/UKIP coalition at the next election, now that's fear.
Best thing about UKIP (in my opinion) is that it mostly splits the Tory vote. And the Tories have not been ahead in the opinion polls since late 2010 anyway http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opinion_polling_for_the_next_United_Kingdom_general_election
(other opinion poll comparison sites are available).
Some here like to depict the rUK, London and the SE especially, as Cameron/Boris loving Tories, enjoying the high life. Some facts and figures to back up this view would be helpful. Yes there are the very rich - and there are also the rest of us. I've heard Aberdeen isn't short of multi-millionaires either. There are rich and poor, and everyone in between, everywhere. Good luck to Independent Scotland where everyone will be more equal.
I live in London, which voted slightly in favour of Labour at the 2010 election http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/election2010/results/region/3.stm
. Our local Labour MP increased his majority, and the council reverted to Labour after one 4 yr period of Con/Lib dem coalition. I'm by no means complacent, but this perpetual Tory government that Project Positive speak of is pure speculation.
It will be interesting to see what happens to the Lib Dem vote next time - I know a lot of first time voters (locally) who felt very let down by irresponsible promises of scrapping tuition fees. Don't think they'll be voting Lib Dem again.