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"No ifs, no buts"

After the No

Comment: England's leaders must set aside party advantage

Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and David Cameron made their promise - now they must keep it

It's time someone showed the sort of leadership over England that Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling showed over Scotland.

English home rule: Cameron U-turn leaves Miliband exposed

Ed Miliband: Isolated by the Tories

Sometimes U-turns are well worth it. The prime minister has dropped his insistence on linking Scotland's package of post-referendum devolution to comparable changes in England.

The promise breakers? Cameron and Miliband on course to ruin 'No' victory

David Cameron and Ed Miliband are letting party politics interfere with their promise to Scottish voters

David Cameron and Ed Miliband's standoff over the voting rights of Scottish MPs is deepening, threatening a full-scale constitutional crisis which some are warning could yet imperil the union.

We have witnessed a total breakdown in political legitimacy

Scottish independence: revealing the truth about the state of British politics

We might feel relief, but this is one of the most damning indictments of our country we've ever seen

Blair's back

It's that man again: Blair wants ground troops sent into Iraq

A protesters' depiction of Tony Blair outside a 2013 forum in Bangkok underlines the hostility many still feel towards the ex-PM

Tony Blair is calling for "boots on the ground" in the fight against an enemy he judges to be a threat to western security in Iraq. It sounds familiar - but this time the former prime minister might have a point.

What Blair says when you try and citizen's arrest him

Blair: We'll pay a terrible price for Syria vote

Coup better than chaos in Egypt, Blair insists

Last week

The Week in Review: New wounds open as Scotland divides

Scotland's great divide is confirmed, not resolved

Sorry to put a bit of a downer on things, but this hasn't been a great week for the United Kingdom.

Scottish referendum aftermath: Analysis

Alex Salmond conceding defeat this morning.

What the result means for both Scotland and Westminster.

Salmond quits after Scotland turns its back on independence

No campaigners celebrated in Glasgow as the results came in

Scotland has voted decisively against independence, rejecting the nationalist vision by a clear ten points.

Analysis: The Scottish independence referendum is one of the strangest polls ever

This referendum is one of the oddest of them all

Watching in Edinburgh the closing stages of the campaign for the referendum on Scottish independence it struck me as the strangest electoral process I have witnessed since Britain's In/Out of Europe poll in 1975

Next steps for Scotland – further challenges ahead on tax

Politicians must confront the crucial question of how much tax competition they are willing to entertain within the United Kingdom, say tax experts.

Scottish referendum ‘no’ result will strengthen UK’s position as a science and engineering powerhouse

The ‘no’ outcome in the Scottish Referendum on independence will help secure Scotland’s future at the forefront of engineering and technology.

NASUWT comments of the Scottish referendum result

Chris Keates: 'The NASUWT is proud to be the largest UK-wide teachers’ union which is committed fully to representing the interests of Scottish teachers in Scotland and in Westminster'.

Pro-whaling countries yet again harpoon plans for a South Atlantic Whale Sanctuary

At the final day of the 65th meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) in Portoroz, Slovenia, plans for a South Atlantic Whale Sanctuary failed once again due to opposition from pro-whaling nations.

Victory for whales as forum votes to protect World Court ruling against Japan’s ‘scientific whaling’ in Antarctic

There was a major victory for whales on the final day of the 65th meeting of the IWC today when the forum passed a key resolution to uphold the recent World Court ruling that Japan’s ‘scientific whaling’ in Antarctica was illegal and no further permits should be issued.

Gross mortgage lending £18.6 billion in August, says CML

The Council of Mortgage Lenders estimates that gross mortgage lending reached £18.6 billion in August.

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