Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described the idea of a bridge from Scotland to Northern Ireland as a "very interesting idea", as government officials have stared working into the possibility.
Professor Wanda Lewis, a structural engineer from the School of Engineering at the University of Warwick analyses the possibility of the bridge becoming a reality.
"The SNP have calculated conditions are right to revisit the question of Scottish independence sooner rather than later", argues Dr Alex Smith, a Scottish politics expert from the University of Warwick's Department of Sociology.
"An electrifying new chapter now begins for Scotland," says Dr Alex Smith, a sociologist from The University of Warwick and an expert on Scottish politics. "Following Alex Salmond's resignation as both First Minister of Scotland and Leader of the SNP, Nicola Sturgeon - his Deputy First Minister - steps forward and takes on the leadership of her party with its rank and file firmly united behind her.
Dr Gabriel Glickman of the University of Warwick's Department of History argues: Images of domineering English imperialists or scrounging Scots unable to stand on their own two feet have been with us for centuries, and they have pockmarked this campaign. But the ‘no’ campaigners need to show that this is at best a partial view of British history.
Dr Sarah Richardson of the University of Warwick's Department of History argues that the Yes campaign is narrowing the gap in the Scottish Referendum because, in part, of the complacency from Westminster and swing voters having “played a key role in determining the relationship between England and Scotland from 1707”.