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David Cameron's Scotland visit presents problem for the no campaign - The Guardian

The GuardianDavid Cameron's Scotland visit presents problem for the no campaignThe GuardianDavid Cameron arrives in Scotland on Thursday in the peculiar position of being the old Etonian Tory leader who volunteered to help set up Scotland's independence referendum and the man hated by yes campaigners for being an old Etonian Tory.Business leaders urge Scots to vote against independenceReuters UKCBI Scotland scales back annual dinner after watchdog rules it pro-UK ...Telegraph.co.ukScotland's Referendum: To Great Michael or Calum's Road?War on the Rocksstv.tv -ITV Newsall 364 news articles »

It's Not Whisky, But Everyone In Scotland Drinks It By The Bottle - NPR (blog)

NPR (blog)It's Not Whisky, But Everyone In Scotland Drinks It By The BottleNPR (blog)For a visitor to Scotland, it can be difficult to understand the local passion for a neon orange soda that locals call "the brew." The drink is Irn Bru (pronounced "iron brew"). You can find it from McDonald's to corner stores and pubs across Scotland ...and more »

Scotland's Independence Movement Gets a Boost From the Final TV Debate - TIME

Daily MailScotland's Independence Movement Gets a Boost From the Final TV DebateTIMEAlex Salmond, First Minister of Scotland and Alistair Darling, chairman of Better Together, take part in a live television debate by the BBC in the Kelvingrove Art Galleries on Aug. 25, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland. Jeff J Mitchell?Getty Images ...Scotland Decides: Mandate with destinyBBC NewsScotland referendum debate viewers complained independence supporters ...Daily MailScotland's Yes campaign nudges ahead in the pollsIrish TimesSky News -Reuters UKall 1,044 news articles »

Scotland stories: Christine Maciver, a sister at Bethesda hospice and care home - The Guardian

Scotland stories: Christine Maciver, a sister at Bethesda hospice and care homeThe GuardianAs the Scottish independence referendum draws near, the Guardian's Murdo MacLeod travels the length and breadth of Scotland to document the daily lives of its diverse population. Here he meets Christine Maciver, the senior nursing sister at Bethesda ...

Gingers: Scotland's redheads - in pictures - The Guardian

Gingers: Scotland's redheads - in picturesThe GuardianScotland has the highest percentage of people with red hair in the world, with Edinburgh - where 40% of people carry the gene - the global capital. Photographer Kieran Dodds, in his body of work Gingers, asked some of them what it meant to be a redhead.

Scotland urged to 'stay in family' by Stephen Crabb - BBC News

BBC NewsScotland urged to 'stay in family' by Stephen CrabbBBC NewsBoth the Welsh secretary and Wales' first minister have urged Scottish voters to stay in Britain. Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb, campaigning in Scotland, said: "Britain is a family of strong nations." Carwyn Jones, writing in the Daily Record, said the ...Scotland 'should not take on UK debt' unless it can keep the poundTelegraph.co.ukThree big questions for ScotlandFinancial TimesOpposition to currency union with Scotland is a bluff, says top economistThe GuardianScotsman -WalesOnline -Scotland Nowall 89 news articles »

Case for Scottish independence has not been made, say business leaders - The Guardian

The GuardianCase for Scottish independence has not been made, say business leadersThe GuardianSpeaking on BBC Radio Scotland on Wednesday morning, Cochrane said he expected Scotland to face higher interest rates and higher costs for business if there was a yes vote. "Scottish business is deeply frustrated at the lack of answers to some basic ...

Leaders Face Off In Final Scotland Debate - Sky News

Leaders Face Off In Final Scotland DebateSky NewsAnswering a question on keeping the pound in an independent Scotland, Mr Salmond replied: "No one can stop us using the pound sterling, it's an internationally tradeable currency. "I'm seeking the best option for Scotland, so our prosperous economy ...

Scotland's independence debate You and whose army? - The Economist (blog)

The Economist (blog)Scotland's independence debate You and whose army?The Economist (blog)LAST night the leaders of Scotland's anti- and pro-independence campaigns drew swords in a second televised debate in Glasgow. Alistair Darling, the Labour former chancellor, seemed to win the first one, so bookies?knowing how much press and public ...

Scotland decides: With 22 days to go, the final push begins - Telegraph.co.uk (blog)

Scotland decides: With 22 days to go, the final push beginsTelegraph.co.uk (blog)So this is it. The Scottish Parliament has been disbanded. The head-to-head TV debates are over. Both Governments are bound not to make new policy announcements. All-out campaigning is all that's left. Eighty years after the SNP's creation; 24 years ...





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