Kate Devlin

The Herald

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Political correspondent for The Herald in Glasgow, Scotland

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Despite recent polls showing it too close to call, Scottish voters decided yesterday to keep the United Kingdom together by a margin of 55 percent to 45.

Scotland Votes Down Independence

Despite recent polls showing it too close to call, Scottish voters decided yesterday to keep the United Kingdom together by a margin of 55 percent to 45.

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Britain’s three political parties don’t agree on much, but they are united in wanting Scotland to remain in the United Kingdom.

Lead-up to the Scottish Independence Vote

Britain’s three political parties don’t agree on much, but they are united in wanting Scotland to remain in the United Kingdom.

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It’s been 307 years since Scotland and England became the United Kingdom, but generations of Scots have never lost their yearning for independence.

Scotland Poised to Vote on Independence

It’s been 307 years since Scotland and England became the United Kingdom, but generations of Scots have never lost their yearning for independence.

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