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Cameron loses a conservative ally as the far-right plans to take advantage of a weak minority government
The No vote is just ahead, says our poll-watcher: but three unknowns could change everything
As ‘Devo max’ offer opens a can of worms, Tory MPs could hit Cameron with ‘no confidence’ vote
From die-hard unionist firebrand to peacemaker, Ian Paisley was never short of an opinion
YouGov poll puts No campaign back in front: but Farage is a risk and Cameron is in the soup
A Yes vote would fire up Catalan nationalists as experts warn of the risk of a 'European contagion'
Survation poll shows a six-point lead for No: has Alex Salmond's Yes campaign peaked too early?
Queen must not be asked to intervene, says former Tory PM, whatever she might feel privately
With Scottish Labour supporters ignoring Miliband and Darling, only Brown can sell 'home rule' option
Is Murdoch, attracted by power rather than party politics, set to play king-maker in Scotland?
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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