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It was The Sun “wot won it” for the Tories in the 1992 general election. Business can claim to have played the same pivotal By Jonathan Guthrie
Forecasting interest rates can be a humbling business. Just ask the ranks of Wall Street economists who predicted much By Michael Mackenzie
The No victory in Scotland’s independence referendum demonstrates, once again, the wisdom of the aphorism about historical Tony Barber
Following are extracts from David Cameron’s statement on Friday morning in Downing Street on the result of the Scottish
Anxiety turned first to relief, and then to jubilation at the Better Together campaign party in Glasgow overnight as results By Kiran Stacey in Glasgow
“The people have spoken, the bastards.” Thus spoke Dick Tuck, a legendary US political operator, as he realised that he By John Authers
The Scottish independence referendum has placed the UK government under intensifying pressure for change to the way state By Chris Tighe
David Cameron promised on Friday that Westminster’s promises of further devolution for Scotland would be “honoured in full” By Jim Pickard and Elizabeth Rigby
A relief rally in sterling was under way on Friday and the UK stock market opened higher after Scotland’s vote against By Elaine Moore
Scotland has voted against an independent Scotland after what was a long night for the country and the union. Below is a By Lindsay Whipp
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