1. Back in 1997 it was Labour pushing for a Yes vote in a Scottish referendum, believing that a Scottish parliament would curb Scottish nationalism. Rex USA 2. John Prescott, who has spent the current campaign waving No banners, toured Scotland in support of a Yes vote. Press Association Images 3. And played a saxophone, for some reason. Press Association Images 4. Donald Dewar was the Labour politician leading the Yes campaign. Rex USA 5. The campaign was comparatively straightforward. Rex USA 6. The leaflets looked a bit like this. Scottish Political Archive 7. And this. Scottish Political Archive 8. And this. Scottish Political Archive 9. In this photo, Peter Mandelson is holding up a Yes T-shirt that looks like as if it was designed by someone who'd spent a bit too long obsessing over The KLF. Press Association Images 10. Oh, and Mandelson also kissed babies. Press Association Images The baby is Robyn Feeney of Rutherglen. Who will now be old enough to vote in this year's referendum. 11. On election day, 11 September 1997, the ballots were taken to Meadowbank in Edinburgh. PA Archive/Press Association Images Chris Bacon 12. The votes were counted. Press Association Images 13. The referendum was overwhelmingly for Yes. Press Association Images 14. Yes supporters were happy. Press Association Images 15. And some people were very, very happy. Press Association Images 16. And Scotland celebrated having a parliament with limited devolved powers. Rex USA No one expected we'd be doing this all over again for full independence just 17 years later.