British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon on Friday there would be no new independence referendum and said the ...
Support for Scottish independence from the United Kingdom has risen to its highest point in the past four years, largely driven by voters who want to ...
If the political class have any sense, they will not be calling for any more referendums for a long time to come
The EU referendum was most certainly not required: it was a political choice made by a Prime Minister pursuing party interest
Some people simply cannot accept defeat. Or indeed the outcome of a democratic vote
Since the Acts of the Union in the 1700s, Great Britain has been a powerful force in the world
Scottish residents voted by 55 percent to 45 percent on September 18 to remain in the UK rather than becoming a separate state
“Yes” made their case using poetry and “No” made their case using spreadsheets
In the world of politics, two motives — one positive and another negative — maintain the unity of any political entity
There is no conspiracy against the British monarchy, but rather social, demographic, economic and cultural changes
PM David Cameron promised to give Scotland more powers through draft laws that will be published by January
Voters will be asked on Thursday to answer “Yes” or “No” to the question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?”
The piece of chicken had the shape of Britain but without Scotland
As the poll on Scottish Independence draws ever nearer, spirits are running high
Yes or No, whichever camp wins the Scottish independence vote, nothing will be the same
Most Scottish Muslims favor independence, with a major motivation being the ‘unlawful’ war in Iraq.
As Scotland gears up for the vote, there is a sense of solidarity thousands of miles away in the West Bank
If Scotland on Thursday votes for independence, it would split from the UK in 18 months
Excluding undecideds, the "No" to independence camp has 54 percent and the "Yes" campaign 46 percent
Britain’s current flag, known as the Union Jack, represents the union of England and Scotland
Surprised by a poll suggesting Scots will vote for independence, mainstream UK media up their pleas for preserving the union
Losing Scotland would likely weaken Britain as a power, dent its self-confidence and make it more introverted
Westminster’s ‘weak’ stance on the conflict highlights the need for Scotland to split from UK, campaigners say
Israelis have jumped to the conclusion that they oppose peace because they reject the very existence of Israel.
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