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Some of the country's biggest firms have been told they should change the way they pay chief execs
Surveys, mock elections and anecdotal evidence show most 16 and 17-year-olds are against independence
Government accused of sending 'mixed messages' about their mission against Islamic State militants
An offer of self-rule made by Kiev is not enough for pro-Russian leader Andrei Purgin
No leader accuses Alex Salmond of condoning Yes supporters who have over-stepped the mark
Many questions remain about savings, ISAs and mortgages if the Scots decide to go it alone
What Phones 4u's decision to close could mean for its many customers
Former Fed chief Alan Greenspan is latest to warn Scots: Bank of England will never bail you out
Victoria Miro show reveals talented, mysterious American photographer in new light
After recent Trojan Horse scandal, schools across England will be subject to snap inspections
A court has ruled that a prisoner has the right to die due to 'unbearable psychological anguish'
Strikes move closer to Baghdad as Obama launches campaign to 'degrade and destroy' militant group
Arsenal begin their Champions League campaign this evening, with both teams missing key players
Portuguese best-seller describes the English as 'filthy, angry animals who drink like sponges'
Today is a momentous day in the history of the United Kingdom as millions of Scots vote on the future of their country. If the Scots vote Yes, the 307-year-old union between England and Scotland will come to an end.
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