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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?
Martin Kimber will leave Rotherham Council in December after report into child abuse in the city
Timing of Kate Middleton's pregnancy revelation ten days before referendum just 'too convenient'
If poll proves correct and Scots go for independence, the next general election could look very different
Opinion polling for a one-off referendum is tricky: there's no previous record of voters' intentions
William Hague makes it clear that prior approval from Parliament would not be necessary
Panic over looming Yes victory in Scots referendum brings unlikely joint slogan from Tories and Labour
Deaths of James Foley and Steven Sotloff highlight different responses to kidnappers in the West
As a British aid worker is threatened with execution, two leaders put on a rare show. But what of Clegg?
After a massive turnout at the ballot box, Scotland rejected independence by a margin of 55 per cent to 45 per cent. However, the vote paves the way for major transfer of powers away from London to the Scottish government.
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