I was actually blown away to discover people were posting online lolz during such an important and historic event.
Whatever happens in Scotland, just hope you won’t feel as bad as these poor cows.
From gender neutral loos to the brilliant Susan Calman, being gay in Scotland is a beautiful thing.
Saltire painted on naked chest? Check.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. local time (2 a.m. ET) today. The people of Scotland are today being asked the question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?”. If they vote “Yes”, the 307-year-old union between Scotland and the rest of the U.K. will come to an end.
Scotland goes to the polls today to decide whether to remain part of the United Kingdom or become an independent country.
Scotland is deciding its future. The nation has a long history of making waves.
In 1997 Scotland held a referendum on whether to have its own parliament. It was an overwhelming Yes vote.
Anti-independence campaigners are quietly confident about their chances in the referendum. Tomorrow they’ll find out whether they’re right.
Featuring the slidey thing.
Every Scottish expat wishes they were in Scotland today.
Let’s hope people have made their minds up before reading this…
Why doom-mongers are wrong to predict disaster for the EU if Scotland votes to break away from the U.K.
There’s much more to Scotland than haggis and whisky. H/T Abandoned Scotland.
The leader of a Canadian political party that supports independence for Quebec said Quebecois were worse off for voting No in two independence referendums of their own.
A vision of things to come?
BuzzFeed News asked these anti-independence demonstrators in Trafalgar Square why they are saying “naw” to this week’s Scottish independence referendum.
“He’s always been known to be a bit dim,” said one voter.
After two massive banks said they would leave Scotland if it voted for independence, economists from two other financial institutions said the economic consequences of independence could be calamitous.
Note: The outcome of the independence referendum may depend on your score.
Many people think English residents of Scotland will automatically vote to remain part of the union. But that’s always not the case.
All of these things will definitely happen.
This post is an absolute belter.
The prime minister also declared “emphatically” that he would not resign if Scotland voted for independence.
Where exactly is London, anyway?