We went to the second most deprived town in Scotland to look for the voters who had registered for the first time. Where are they?
Polls have closed and counting has begun in Scotland’s referendum to decide whether to remain part of the United Kingdom or become an independent country. Early indications suggest a victory for the anti-independence campaign.
These children attended a large pro-independence rally in Glasgow. But why?
They said 300 of them would be out in force in Edinburgh tomorrow. They’re hoping to do a traditional Catalan dance in the castle.
Anti-independence campaigners are quietly confident about their chances in the referendum. Tomorrow they’ll find out whether they’re right.
The queue was around the block for Yes tattoos in Kirkcaldy. Let’s just hope they don’t change their minds.
Plaid Cymru activists have flown up to join the campaign for independence.
The leader of the Scottish Lib Dems suggested that the SNP leader is presiding over a culture of intimidation.
“He’s always been known to be a bit dim,” said one voter.
“He said, ‘If Scotland goes independent, I’m blaming you and I’m leaving this country and it’s your fault.’”
Many people think English residents of Scotland will automatically vote to remain part of the union. But that’s always not the case.
RBS warned that it will move its headquarters from Edinburgh to London in the event of a Yes vote in the Scottish referendum. Some customers aren’t happy.
“You have to fight for every vote,” a Labour spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. “It’s all to play for.”
“Perhaps we could at last beat the Germans.”
The incident occurred when Barack Obama joined David Cameron on a visit to a primary school in Newport.
The prime minister also declared “emphatically” that he would not resign if Scotland voted for independence.
Twelve of the UK’s largest mosques are appealing to British Muslims to jointly condemn the message being spread by ISIS.
London-based users of the app have 30 new filters available, but only in specific parts of the capital.
The former prime minister won the award at the GQ Man of the Year Awards last night.
In August, Labour’s education spokesman said the party would ensure students can continue to take AS-level examinations. But 150,000 students would be unable to take them if current funding restrictions remain in place.