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How should Britain now run itself?

By Bronwen Maddox  

David Cameron speaking after the result of the Scottish independence referendum, which defined British poilitics in 2014 ©Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

How should the United Kingdom now run itself? Not in the same way as in the past. That is the first clear answer that follows from the Scottish “No” vote. The country is still united, and by a solid margin, but the status quo has gone.

Yet better answers are still opaque. Standing in Downing Street after the No victory was clear, David Cameron made ambitious…

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