Tomorrow, more than 4 millions of Scots will decide about Scottish independence on a referendum. The latest opinion polls are suggesting a very narrow result. In the latest poll made by Panelbase on September 12th the difference between the supporters and the opponents is just 1 percent – 47 % against, 46 % in favour, while 7 % of people is still undecided. A “yes” tomorrow will, however, represent just the beginning of the Scottish independence journey. As in every separation, the parties will need to convene on several issues. A separation from the UK will affect also Scotland’s relations with the EU. Would Scotland automatically become the 29th member state of the Union or will it need to enter in the queue as every other candidate State? As we are talking about the EU, there is no common opinion on this issue.