Queen expected to make statement

The Queen is expected to make a statement later today as the nation digests the historic No vote in the Scottish referendum.

Independence referendum turnout sets new record as 84% vote

Turnout in the referendum on Scottish independence hit a record high for any election held in the United Kingdom since the introduction of universal ...

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Turnout sets new record as 84% vote

Turnout in the referendum on Scottish independence hit a record high for any election held in the United Kingdom since the introduction of universal ...

Private rents 'hit record high'

Private sector rents have lifted to a new all-time average high of £761 a month as the peak season for tenants snapping up new homes gets under way, ...

Economy pushes stocks to new highs

More encouraging economic news and friendly signals from the Federal Reserve cheered investors, as the US stock market climbed to another record high.

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JK Rowling 'proud' after No vote

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Turnout sets new record as 84% vote

Turnout in the referendum on Scottish independence hit a record high for any election held in the United Kingdom since the introduction of universal ...

Judge criticises Legal Aid Agency

A family court judge has criticised the Government agency responsible for making decisions on legal aid for the second time in six months.