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35 min ago | Sunday Herald
THE Queen has said she hopes Scots will "think very carefully" about the referendum in a highly unusual contribution to the debate as the two sides prepare to enter the final 72 hours of the campaign neck and neck. THE Queen has said she hopes Scots will \"think very carefully\" about the referendum in a highly unusual contribution to the debate as the two sides prepare to enter the final 72 hours of the campaign neck and neck.
4 hrs ago | Daily Mail
The Britain's Got Talent winner, who still lives in her hometown of Blackburn, West Lothian, revealed she will be voting No on Thursday. Proud Scot Susan Boyle, seen here performing at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, has come out strongly against independence Writing in the Sunday Mirror, Miss Boyle said: 'Money that should be spent on hospitals, schools and vulnerable people will be swallowed up by bureaucracy.
8 hrs ago | Canada.com
Sir Elton, now 67, was in fine vocal form, belting out the words with a thunderous tone matching the way he hammered the keys on his Yamaha grand piano. Annabel Gale had to wait 20 years and come "halfway around the world," but she finally met her prince - now an earl - and his wife.
13 hrs ago | The Indian Express
As Scotland prepares for the independence referendum on September 18, Shivani Naik looks for signs in the streets of Glasgow and Edinburgh that could point to the Scots' possible future A brightly lit room at Glasgow's Kelvingrove Gallery and Museum is flanked by the best work of Scotland's portrait specialist Henry Reburn, and Salvador Dali's stunning Christ of St John of the Cross. Amidst this dazzling brilliance, spotlights are trained on a brutally honest self-appraisal of Scotland's dark colonial past.
17 hrs ago | The Daily Record
WHILE Yes campaigners will target the grey vote by sending leaflets to more than a million OAPs, Better Together are focusing on the 500,000 undecided Scots A 'no' vote supporter hold Union and Scottish flags ahead of the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland march in Edinburgh Yes Scotland said they had more than 35,000 volunteers on Scotland's streets this weekend, with even more expected on polling day on Thursday as they try to get every A supporter to the polls. In a bid to win over the grey vote - who are less likely to say Yes - they are sending leaflets to 1.2million pensioners.
Finnish conductor Sakari Oramo brought the 120th season of the United Kingdom's BBC Proms festival of classical music to a close in London on Saturday with a plea for children around the world not to lose out on the opportunity to hear and learn music. "Music is so many things.
Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies The battle for Scotland's Asian voters has intensified in the final week of campaigning as the "No" campaign has enlisted the support of the Governor of Pakistan's Punjab province, in a move the "Yes" campaign has denounced as "foreign interference".
Supporters listen to Member of Parliament and Shadow Secretary of State for International Development, Jim Murphy, speaking in support of the Union on the final day of his 100 Streets in 100 Days Better Together tour, in Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland, Saturday Sept. 13, 2014.
Thousands of members of the Protestant Orange order marched through Edinburgh on Saturday in a show of strength against Scottish independence, as the final weekend of campaigning for the referendum got underway with everything to play for. bitter rhetoric Up to 15,000 supporters of retaining the United Kingdom were expected to join the march, which has sparked fears of clashes with nationalists as tensions rise ahead of Thursday's vote.
In this photo taken on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, Yes supporters await the arrival of First Minister Alex Salmond to celebrate European citizenship and "Scotland's continued EU membership with a Yes vote" at Parliament Square in Edinburgh.
Scotland independence vote sends British pound reeling Independence would affect British politics, trade, corporate holdings, bank deposits. Check out this story on greenbaypressgazette.com: http://gbpg.net/1tJN1zy A Yes supporter crashes a Labour Better Together rally Thursday on Buchanan Street in Glasgow, Scotland, as the campaign ahead of the Scottish independence referendum intensifies, The referendum on Scotland's independence takes place on Sept.
Belatedly the rest of the country have wakened up to the fact that as News Letter readers open their copies next Friday the UK could have changed for ever. The fear of a Yes vote led this week to an unprecedented joint visit by the 3 main Party Leaders to Scotland.
Deputy First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon on the campaign trail ahead of the Scottish independence referendum, outside Drumchapel Shopping Centre in Glasgow, as she and the First Minister are aiming to visit Scotland's seven cities in one day. Alex Salmond has hailed an "important" poll which he said demonstrates Scotland is "not going to bullied by big oil, big supermarkets, and big London government".
Staff at a plumbing suppliers in Glasgow have been sent letters from bosses urging them to vote No in the referendum to protect their jobs. Staff at a plumbing suppliers in Glasgow have been sent letters from bosses urging them to vote No in the referendum to protect their jobs.
Paul Boyle, 38, is accused of fatally stabbing 52-year-old Kenneth McNeill at a flat in the city's Dumbarton Road, Yoker, on 15 May this year. During an appearance at the High Court in Glasgow Mr Boyle denied the charges.
The Queen should make a public statement in support of maintaining the United Kingdom if the Scottish independence battle remains on a knife edge in the days leading up to the September 18 referendum, Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said. Buckingham Palace has stressed that the Queen takes the view that the decision should be left to Scottish voters and that her role was "above politics".
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 09:22 pm
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