Bronwen Maddox / September 19, 2014
What does the future of Britain look like?
The party could now return to the role it had in the 1990s
David McKittrick / September 19, 2014
In Northern Ireland unionists were hugely relieved by the Scottish rejection of independence, while republicans were disappointed that Scotland would not be leaving the Union. The best-case scenario...
Philip Davies / September 19, 2014
I am delighted that Scotland have decided to remain within the UK. However, I will certainly not support the entrenching of an unfair funding formula which benefits Scotland at the expense of my...
Jonathan Derbyshire / September 19, 2014
Policy made on the hoof is rarely good policy
Chris Huhne / September 19, 2014
The poll tax riots: A key milestone in disengagement with politics in much of society My first thought after the Scottish referendum is “what is wrong with the British state?” It is the question...
George Galloway / September 19, 2014
Glasgow, a traditional Labour stronghold, voted Yes. © innoxiussIt was a close run thing, if a mere five per cent had voted differently then we would be having a very different conversation...
Dominic Raab / September 19, 2014
Have Scottish voices drowned out the rest of Britain in the devolution debate? © The Laird of OldhamIt's good news the Scots have decided to remain British. I am very open-minded to the calls...
Caroline Lucas / September 19, 2014
The Scottish people may have chosen to remain part of the Union, but people everywhere could have a newfound appetite for direct democracy. © Virginia Mayo/AP/Press Association ImagesWe’ve...
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