Undecided 'more likely to vote Yes'

Undecided voters are more likely to back independence, but not in high enough numbers to win a Yes vote in the referendum, according to new research.

17% 'would consider Yes vote exit'

About one in six people would consider moving away from Scotland in the event of a Yes vote in the referendum, according to a new poll.

Yes vote 'will improve childcare'

A higher proportion of people believe childcare and gender equality will improve in an independent Scotland than those who think it will be better in ...

SNP: Yes vote 'will improve wages'

Around 150,000 people could see their pay increase in the event of a Yes vote in the referendum, according to the SNP.

Labour vows 'new deal' for railways

Public companies will be allowed to bid for Scottish rail franchises if Scotland votes No to independence and Labour wins the UK general election, ...

Hoops bring in Berget on loan

Celtic have signed Jo Inge Berget from Cardiff on loan until January as Tony Watt departed the Parkhead club for Belgian side Standard Liege.

Insolvency numbers 'to remain flat'

The number of people going insolvent in England and Wales is expected to remain steady in new official figures but experts warned that borrowers ...

Bankers 'should adopt ethics oath'

Bankers should have to swear an oath of good service in the same way as doctors, a think-tank said today.

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Coe pulls out of BBC Trust race

Sebastian Coe has signalled he has pulled out of the race to become the next chairman of the BBC Trust.

Bake Off is honest, says Mary Berry

Baking queen Mary Berry has criticised other cookery shows, saying that they appear not to be entirely honest with viewers.

PM to meet plane crash families

David Cameron will meet the families of British victims of the downed Malaysia Airlines plane today as officials push for far-reaching economic ...

Diesel drivers 'pollution penalty'

Drivers of diesel cars could have to pay more in road tax or face additional levies to travel into city centres in an effort to tackle pollution, it ...

Nick Cotton returns to EastEnders

Albert Square bad boy Nick Cotton is returning to EastEnders once again - just a matter of months since viewers saw his funeral.

Labour's so dysfunctional - McBride

The Labour Party is being run in a "totally dysfunctional" way with policies that amount to "a great steaming pile of fudge", according to a former ...

'Modest running' can boost health

Running for just a few minutes each day can reduce the risk of dying from heart disease, research has shown.