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article 17 September 2014 UK, Scotland
One day to go until #indyref: latest polls too close to call
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New polls suggest that the Scottish referendum battle remains too close to call as both sides gear up for a frantic last day of campaigning.

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article 17 September 2014 UK
Unemployment falls by 146,000 to 2.02 million - with the latest official figures showing the largest annual drop in a quarter of a century (Getty)
Unemployment falls but pay growth stutters

Unemployment falls by 146,000 to 2.02 million - with the latest official figures showing the largest annual drop in a quarter of a century.

video 17 September 2014 UK, Scotland

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Where is Scotland again...? - video

Scots will soon be voting on whether to break away from the UK. But do we even know where Scotland ends and England begins? We asked people in London, the borders and Edinburgh to find out.

video 16 September 2014 UK

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What is it to be English? - video

"Whatever becomes of England, I'm pretty sure our quirkiness will remain" - photographer Peter Dench examines English national identity, from the seaside boozer to the flag-waving royal street party.

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#indyref: 'we've had two yes tattoos' - video

Jon Snow spends the day in Shettleston, in Glasgow's working class east end, to speak to a community split over the Scottish independence referendum decision.

video 16 September 2014 UK, Scotland

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#indyref: the word on the street - video

From the Statue of Liberty to lobster catchers - Political Editor Michael Crick heads to the east coast of Scotland to hear how people are planning to vote in Scotland's independence referendum.

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Ukraine politician thrown into waste bin - video

Ukrainian activists throw pro-Russian MP Vitaliy Zhuravskyi into a dumpster in Kiev. Zhuravskyi had authored a controversial defamation law, which journalists objected to.

video 16 September 2014 UK, Scotland

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#indyref - Brown attacks SNP's NHS claims - video

Gordon Brown claims the SNP has misled the public over its NHS plans - but Nicola Sturgeon says it is hard to protect "the things that matter" when Scotland is at the mercy of Westminster cuts.

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Read more from Jackie Long on her blog What took you so long, Shaun Wright?

It is hard to escape the conclusion that Shaun Wright is a man who takes a while to work out what is the best, the right thing to do.

post 16 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog The devolution offer - what's it worth?

We are again dealing with the consequences of the no camp coming late to the alternative offer they thought they could put off until after the referendum.

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 on FactCheck FactCheck Scotland: has the Scottish government protected the NHS?

The Scottish government says it's protected Scotland's NHS from Tory cuts. FactCheck gives the yes campaign's claims a check-up.

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.

article 16 September 2014 Scotland
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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.

article 16 September 2014 UK, Iraq
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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 Lindsey Hilsum on her blog The inward-looking rump UK that will follow a yes vote

If Scotland gains independence, the UK's influence and power will be increasingly consigned to history.

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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Some of the 12,000 people evacuated from around the foot of the Mayon volcano in the Philippines board a military truck that is to take them out of the region. The most active volcano in the country, Mount Mayon has recently recorded a series of quakes and rockfalls .

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Unemployment falls again to 2.02m - that’s 146,000 down between May-July.

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A British man is questioned in relation to the murders of two Britons found dead in Thailand, according to reports.

The man was said to be asked by Thai police to stay in Koh Tao while they carried out a DNA test.

The semi-naked bodies of David Miller, 24, and 23-year-old Hannah Witheridge were discovered on a beach early on Monday.

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"Here’s the hard truth. In West Africa, Ebola is now an
epidemic, the likes that we have not seen before. It’s
spiralling out of control, it’s getting worse."

US President Barack Obama on Tuesday evening.

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The must-watch #c4news #indyref mash-up…