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, ...

Morrisons recruits Tesco veteran

Struggling supermarket Morrisons has appointed Tesco veteran Andrew Higginson its next chairman as under-pressure chief executive Dalton Philips ...

BP warns of Russia sanctions impact

Oil giant BP has warned that further international sanctions on Russia could have a "material adverse impact" on the company.

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Jail for cancer hospital fraudster

An NHS worker who played an integral role in a fraud that saw more than half a million pounds drained from a world-leading cancer hospital was ...

PM calls for 'immediate' ceasefire

David Cameron has called for an "unconditional, immediate, humanitarian ceasefire" in Gaza to bring a halt to more than three weeks of violence which ...

Star-studded end for Harry's games

Prince Harry is to rock out with Foo Fighters and Kaiser Chiefs after they were signed up to head the bill for the closing ceremony of the Invictus ...

Ads targeted in web piracy campaign

Websites alleged to be offering pirated material are to have their advertising revenue disrupted in a ground-breaking initiative.

Gamers 'hear sounds after play'

Video-gamers can still hear the sounds from their computer games, such as explosions, screams or music, long after they have finished playing, ...

Rigby killers given £212k legal aid

Soldier Lee Rigby's killers were handed more than £200,000 in taxpayer-funded financial support to pay their legal bills.

Mothers 'turn to Google before GP'

Mothers are more likely to turn to "Dr Google" than their family doctor to seek advice if their child is poorly, a poll suggests.