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post 16 September 2014
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Tell it on the mountain: #IndyRef from the top of Ben Nevis

On his way up and down Ben Nevis, Alex Thomson encounters a range of views on Scottish independence from a Spanish woman, a Frenchman, a Belgian and a group of Canadians.

post 16 September 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Thai beach deaths: police focus on Burmese community

Police investigating the deaths of two young Britons, whose bodies were found on a beach on Thailand's Koh Tao island, are focusing their inquiries on the Burmese migrant community.

post 16 September 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Celebrating Britishness: politics without the politicians

Maybe you can't have a strident British nationalism. Maybe that's the subtextual mistake all those lectern-banging politicians have been making.

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Scottish border control? You must be joking! - video

A spoof passport control post is erected at Carter Bar on the A68 where the road crosses from England to Scotland. It was set up by photographer Jon Parker Lee.

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US air strike targets Islamic State in Iraq

The US carries out its first air strike against Islamic State (IS) militants under a new strategy to defeat the group in Iraq.

post 16 September 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck Scotland: 10 facts you need to know before you vote

Are you voting in Scotland on Thursday? Then read this - 10 things you need to know about the referendum vote (but may have been scared to ask).

post 16 September 2014
Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog US congressman: 'We rely on Britain like no other country'

On UK independence, it's clear where Washington sits. It's all about ensuring that the country with which it enjoys a "special relationship" stays as strong and reliable as possible.

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Passport applicants who paid 30 extra for a fast-track service because of severe delays should get their money back, MPs say (Getty)
Passport delays: MPs call for compensation

Passport applicants who paid 30 extra for a fast-track service because of severe delays should get their money back, MPs say.

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#indyref: Scotland's referendum in 97 seconds

All the best bits from the campaign trail today, remixed. We're clearly at a Crossroads.

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#indyref: spoken in English

In the run up to the Scottish referendum, Channel 4 News begins a series on Englishness. Here, Emmanuel Nwaohai performs a spoken word piece, made by Word on the Curb.

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'Will the hard men decide on a risk averse strategy' - video

The author Martin Amis joins fellow writer Irvine Welsh to discuss whether Scotland should go it alone.

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'They've got to give Scotland more powers' - video

At a Better Together rally, the comedian Eddie Izzard describes why he wants Scotland to stay with the United Kingdom, joined by Dan Snow, of the campaign.

post 15 September 2014
Read more from Jackie Long on her blog Scotland decides, or Scotland divides?

Jackie Long reports from Perthshire, from a village where families are split down the middle on the question of independence. Shop owners and business managers join her to discuss.

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Salmond: 'I haven't created divisions in Scotland' - video

Alex Salmond accuses newspapers of trying to drag the Queen into the Scottish independence debate, and, as a betting man, gives his odds on his campaign winning.

post 15 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Gordon Brown tries to bump David Cameron off the news

If it's a no vote on Thursday, Gordon Brown will feel he played a central role in helping to save the union. Quite a few others will agree.

post 15 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Tories ponder what next if it's a 'no'

David Cameron's future is very shaky if there's a yes vote on Thursday. But he could survive a no vote - and it might even enhance his position.

post 15 September 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Two Britons found dead on Thai island beach

A man and a woman have been found dead with head wounds on a beach in Koh Tao.

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Phones 4u administration: networks accused of 'ruthlessness'

Vodafone and EE are criticised for the "ruthless" behaviour that led to mobile phone retailer Phones 4u being placed in administration - putting more than 5,500 jobs at risk.

post 15 September 2014
Read more from Jon on Snowblog Scots referendum: how democratic is the process?

A simple majority in this referendum will decide whether Britain breaks up or not - and our legislature will have had no say whatever in what could be a major constitutional change.

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"Nothing is forever."

Historian Norman Davies, asked by FactCheck if a yes vote in the Scottish independence referendum would be irreversible.

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Teacakes of truth? Glaswegians vote on key issues ahead of the #indyref - with a little help from Tunnocks…

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Pop-up referendum cafe in Glasgow, trying to tempt undecided voters in for a debate #indyref

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"Our family are utterly devastated and shocked by what has happened to our beautiful Hannah."

Statement by the family of Hannah Witheridge, whose body was found on a beach in Thailand earlier this week.

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"David was very giving to his family and friends, and we all adored him. He will be sorely, sorely missed."

From a statement issued on behalf of the family of David Miller, whose body was found on a beach in Thailand earlier this week.

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"Unparalleled in modern times"

World Health Organisation on west Africa’s Ebola outbreak.

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The #IndyRef debate rages at the top of Ben Nevis.

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Barack Obama’s chief spokesman, Josh Earnest, says Washington will respect the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum, but would prefer the United Kingdom to remain “strong, robust and united”.

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