Don Brind

Pollsters relieved - but who said it was 'too close to call'?

Fri 19 Sep, AT 08:57 Don Brind

Pollsters will face questions about methods especially after that 7 Sept 'rogue poll'

Don Brind

Scotland decides: final polls show late swing to No camp

Thu 18 Sep, AT 17:58 Don Brind

Six-point lead for No as polls prepare to open - perhaps it's not 'too close to call' after all

Microsoft swallows Mojang: the cynics have got it wrong

Thu 18 Sep, AT 08:55 Edie Lush

Minecraft developer was proud of its independence – but the tiny company couldn't take it any further

Don Brind

The No kids: has Alex Salmond fatally misjudged under-18s?

Wed 17 Sep, AT 11:55 Don Brind

Surveys, mock elections and anecdotal evidence show most 16 and 17-year-olds are against independence

The Mole

Scotland on the brink: Darling condemns bullyboy tactics

Wed 17 Sep, AT 10:01 The Mole

No leader accuses Alex Salmond of condoning Yes supporters who have over-stepped the mark

Charles Laurence

US economists and politicians pile in: 'Don't do it, Scotland!'

Wed 17 Sep, AT 08:18 Charles Laurence

Former Fed chief Alan Greenspan is latest to warn Scots: Bank of England will never bail you out

500 migrants die in callous attack by Egyptian smugglers

Tue 16 Sep, AT 12:28 Andrea Vogt

16-year-old Hamed from Gaza clung to a lifebuoy: one by one the others drowned

The Mole

Scots fears lead to call for 7-day opinion poll ban

Tue 16 Sep, AT 10:29 The Mole

Betty Boothroyd leads campaign as YouGov boss admits hedge funders have been seeking advance info

Scots referendum: a final battle between hope and fear

Tue 16 Sep, AT 09:19 The Conversation

Politics professor John Curtice charts the changes in public opinion over the campaign’s final weeks

Crispin Black

If Scots vote Yes, they’ll need to get tougher on security

Tue 16 Sep, AT 08:58 Crispin Black

As for David Cameron, the referendum campaign has exposed once again his poor judgment

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