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As the result of the referendum over Scotland’s future emerged early on Friday morning, business began to react with relief By Sarah Gordon and Peggy Hollinger
The prospect of substantial extra devolved powers was dangled in front of the Scottish electorate in the closing days of the By Sarah Neville Public Policy Editor
China has recognised the need to temper carbon emissions by imposing a cap but is engaged in fierce debate over how to do By Lucy Hornby in Beijing
The UK has survived, comfortably. The UK in its present design is dead, possibly. Such is the cloudy and confusing outcome By Janan Ganesh
Scotland’s vote against independence means the UK’s economic recovery is likely to remain on track, but the poll has set in By Sarah O’Connor, Economics Correspondent
As the polls closed at 10pm, the Yes supporters headed to the Scottish parliament preparing for a night of celebration. The By Matthew Engel in Edinburgh
By the time Alex Salmond boarded a private jet at Aberdeen airport to fly south to Edinburgh, the bad news was already By George Parker and Mure Dickie
As results poured in there was gathering gloom among Scottish independence campaigners, many of whom who already sensed that By Mure Dickie in Edinburgh
From toothpaste to ice cream to disposable nappies, modern Chinese life has been transformed by imports. But many of those By Patti Waldmeir in Shanghai
Friday 06:00 BST. Sterling is rallying and the London stockmarket is expected to post strong gains after a majority of Scots By Jamie Chisholm, Global Markets Commentator
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