News Politics Scottish independence Scottish independence Final poll of Scottish referendum campaign shows six-point lead for no Ipsos Mori reports slight strengthening of no's lead, with yes voters mainly motivated by hope and no voters by fear.
Scottish Referendum – State Subversion Denied Scots Their Freedom – Next Time We Will Be Wiser. Throughout the Scottish Referendum campaign the government in Westminster deployed the Civil Service against the Scottish electorate in direct contravention of the Civil Service Code – Facts supporting the many allegations of misconduct surfaced following many hours of investigation – even when confronted with evidence of State Subversion those responsible either denied the facts or shifted blame.
Prime minister likely to promise to devolve greater powers, over taxation and welfare, to the Scottish parliament in early addressFollow the coverage of the Scotland referendum results liveDavid Cameron and the Queen will hope to calm tensions after the heated Scottish referendum campaign when they make conciliatory statements on Friday after the formal declaration of the result.The prime minister is planning to make an early appearance in Downing Street to outline a package of…
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to an audience at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall whilst on the Scottish Referendum campaign trail on Friday September 12, 2014. Both Brown and Labour leader Ed Miliband have said that voting No in next week's referendum will bring about a "faster, better, safer change" for Scotland than voting for independence. Photo/Andrew Milligan/PA Wire/ (Press Association via AP Images)