The National:

CAN you spot what's missing from the BBC's website?

Hours after a "phenomenal" poll revealing that a majority of Scots now support independence, the state broadcaster's homepage and Scottish politics news section remain absent of any mention of it.

The poll, being discussed across all of social media, significantly reveals that support for independence is growing even within the Labour party.

The National:

Yet clearly thats not as news worthy as *takes a look* energy drinks being banned from a sports centre...

When asked why the story had not featured on their website, a BBC spokesperson said: "The results of this poll were covered in an extensive analysis of polling trends from Professor Sir John Curtice on Good Morning Scotland.

"This is in keeping with our editorial guidelines which advise that the result of an individual poll in isolation should not be published as a headline story."