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video 17 September 2014 UK, Scotland

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#indyref: could some voters still be swayed? - video

Final polls put the percentage of undecided voters in Scotland at between 6 and 14 per cent. With hours to spare, Channel 4 News went on a hunt to find them - and to see what would make up their mind.

video 17 September 2014 UK, Scotland

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#indyref: so 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.

article 17 September 2014 UK, Scotland
Earlier this year Channel 4 News asked artists of Scotland to submit their expressions of what the Scottish independence referendum means to them. Take a look at some of the best submissions.
Picturing Scotland's future - the artist's eye view

Earlier this year Channel 4 News asked artists of Scotland to submit their expressions of what the Scottish independence referendum means to them. Take a look at some of the best submissions.

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.

article 15 September 2014 UK, Scotland
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Indy Scot or not? Follow c4news on WhatsApp and Snapchat

It's the biggest vote in a generation: should Scotland go independent? Make sure you're in the loop on the night of the vote with all the news, pics and video from c4news on Snapchat and WhatsApp.

article 12 September 2014 UK
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Oxford's Bullingdon boys: in a class of their own

The film Riot Club is a fictional account of Oxford's infamous Bullingdon drinking society. But some real-life members of the club have gone on to find fame - and notoriety - for other reasons.

video 11 September 2014 Culture

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Not a concert but an experience: in rehearsal with John Cale

Rehearsing his latest show, music pioneer John Cale discusses using drones on stage, his turbulent relationship with Lou Reed, the sexual abuse he suffered as a child and Scottish independence.

article 10 September 2014 UK
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Stonehenge complex uncovered - in pictures

The area around Stonehenge is "teeming with previously unseen" structures and burial mounds including a massive wooden structure for inhuming the dead, archaeologists discover.

post 10 September 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog The grassroots groups driving the yes campaign's success

If the yes camp wins next Thursday it will be, in large part, because in addition to the SNP, this "non-party" broad coalition has inspired people.