Picture gallery: Trouble in Glasgow as Unionists and Yes supporters gather in George Square

Police in Glasgow had to separate Unionists and Yes supporters as trouble flared in George Square after hundreds gathered following the result of the ...

Post a comment ()

Alex Salmond resignation: Holyrood’s best performer prepares to leave the stage

That came as a bit of a surprise. Not least because, when it emerged a press conference was being called at the First Minister’s Bute House ...

Post a comment ()

Indyref reaction: ‘Relief’ for business community, say industry leaders

Industry experts claim that businesses are “relieved” that the people of Scotland said No to independence.

Post a comment ()

Moody's backs UK rating after vote

Moody's Investors Services maintained its rating on United Kingdom government-backed bonds yesterday, after voters in Scotland decided against ...

Wall Street watches Alibaba debut

With Wall Street focused on the debut of Alibaba Group, the stock market drifted into the weekend and major indexes ended little changed.

UK

PM vows to address 'unfairness'

David Cameron has insisted his plan to link further Scottish devolution to the process of making sure only English MPs can vote on English laws was ...

Drivers rescued as floods hit Essex

People have been rescued from cars trapped in flood water and a hospital building was struck by lightning during bad weather.

Woman charged with baby's murder

A woman has been accused of murdering her newborn baby girl.

Woman in court over baby's death

A woman has been remanded in custody accused of murdering her newborn baby girl.

'Rising stress' of supply teachers

There is "a worrying rise in stress and drop in morale" among supply teachers, the head of the UK's largest teachers' union has claimed.

'Multiple suspects' in Thai deaths

Police in Thailand said they still have not "come up with the exact number of the suspects" following the brutal murders of two British tourists - ...

£12m to help tackle Calais migrants

The UK Government will provide £12 million over three years to help tackle the problem of illegal immigrants at Calais hoping to gain entry to ...