If Scots vote for independence, will they still get to watch Doctor Who?

Should Scotland decide to break with Britain on Thursday, its relationship with the BBC – and indeed, the country's whole cultural industry – would be thrown into question.

By , Correspondent

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There are few more potent icons of Britain, and Britishness, than the BBC. But if Scotland says yes to independence Thursday, will the British Broadcasting Corporation's ability to feed Scots' media appetite – from world news to the iconic "Dr. Who" – come to an end?