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Scottish independence referendum
Scottish voters have said ‘No’ to independence from UK.

17.09.2014 09:01

Power play: UK leaders pledge further devolution if Scots vote ‘No’
Westminster party leaders have signed a joint pledge promising “extensive new powers” for the Scottish parliament if voters reject independence in Thursday’s referendum.

16.09.2014 08:29

Air France strike: Massive flight disruptions, could cost up to $19mn
Up to 60 percent of Air France flights have been canceled as the company’s pilots began a week-long strike over the cuts. The same level of groundings is expected until the weekend.

16.09.2014 05:52

Debt retrievers seizing money from American paychecks – study
One in 10 prime working age Americans are finding that by the time they get their paychecks, credit and loan businesses have been there first. The striking figure emerged after millions of payrolls were checked as part of a study by NPR and ProPublica.

16.09.2014 04:15

NHS privatization fears top Scotland independence debate in Glasgow
Politicians clashed over the NHS at a Scottish independence debate. “Yes” supporters say independence could save the health service from privatization, while “No” advocates say Scotland can’t afford it alone.

12.09.2014 08:18

UKIP’s Farage: ‘Scots won’t get independence from EU with Yes vote’
Anti-Englishness is driving the Scottish independence campaign, according to UKIP leader Nigel Farage, who says a split from England would fail to give Scots independence from EU bureaucrats in Brussels.

11.09.2014 11:50

Debt-ridden Spain to spend €1mn on riot gear
The Spanish government intends to spend about 1 million euro on police riot gear, despite the country’s debt rising by 58 billion euro over the last year. Authorities worry about widespread protests they believe will grip the nation in the autumn.

09.09.2014 12:08

Scottish independence: Turn off, tune in, drop out?
With less than two weeks to go to a Scottish referendum on independence from the United Kingdom, the number of voters indicating that they will vote ‘yes’ to independence has surged ahead for the first time, with 51% for as compared to 49% against.

09.09.2014 10:24

‘Scottish independence would only replace one yoke with another’
All across the United States you will find Scottish cultural and fraternal societies. They are places where people with a connection to Scotland or an affinity with Scottish culture and history gather to celebrate their shared love of the old country.

08.09.2014 12:01

Scottish independence: Sterling pounded on back of ‘yes’ surge
Surging support for Scottish independence saw the pound fall to a 10-month low. The head of the ‘Better Together’ campaign, however, denies panic among the ranks despite a plan to grant Scotland more powers if Scots reject independence.

08.09.2014 08:17

‘The only responsible decision’: Le Pen calls to dissolve France’s lower house
France is in a “catastrophic situation” and the newly reshuffled cabinet is a “circus,” National Front party leader Marine Le Pen said on Sunday, urging President Hollande to dissolve the National Assembly.

07.09.2014 19:56

Tories trashed in bedroom tax vote, may put coalition on skids
Labour and the Liberal Democrats have united to vote against the bedroom tax, in a private members bill sponsored by Lib Dem MP Andrew George, which will not abolish but will limit the scope of the unpopular policy that penalizes council tenants.

06.09.2014 14:35

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