Nick Miller It was a battle of the barnstormers overnight, as the heavyweights of the Yes and No campaigns pulled out all the rhetorical stops for the final bout of the Scotland independence referendum.
Gordon Brown, once ranked Britain's most unpopular prime minister in half a century, may yet emerge as the man who convinces Scots to reject independence.
Former UK prime minister Gordon Brown has lambasted Rupert Murdoch before Britain's media ethics inquiry, claiming the media mogul lied under oath to the inquiry and saying a Murdoch tabloid had...
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has promised British troops 200 new patrol vehicles during an unannounced visit to southern Afghanistan.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown apologises after a microphone catches him attacking a pensioner he had just met on the campaign trail.
Gordon Brown announces his intention to resign in a bid to keep the Labour Party in power.
Nick Miller Edinburgh: So Scotland stays in the United Kingdom. But what next? The nation has been left bitter, divided and with difficult decisions to make and promises to fulfil.
Nick Miller The United Kingdom faces its biggest political revolution in centuries as David Cameron announces constitutional shake-up in wake of Scots rejecting independence.
Chris Zappone, Lisa Visentin, Sophia Phan Scotland is holding a referendum on whether it should exit the United Kingdom, ending a union with England that has been in place for more than three centuries.
Neil Irwin When you get past the details of the Scottish independence referendum on Thursday, there is a broader story, also playing out in other advanced nations. It is a crisis of the elites.
Nick Miller In a battle of the heavyweights, the gloves are off as former British prime minister Gordon Brown pounds his point in favour of the Union and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond delivers his...
Nick Miller In Edinburgh Scots have been threatened with a health service crisis, financial panic and a defence nightmare if they vote to go it alone, as the independence campaign enters its passionate, bitter final 24 hours.
Nick Miller It was a battle of the barnstormers overnight, as heavyweights of the Yes and No campaigns pulled out all the rhetorical stops for the final sprint of the Scotland independence referendum.
Nick Miller Scots have been threatened with a health service crisis, financial panic and a defence nightmare if they vote to go it alone, as the independence campaign enters its passionate, bitter final 24 hours.
Simon Johnson and Matthew Holehouse Britain faces a period of severe economic turbulence if Scotland votes for independence next week, economists warned on Friday, as the prospect of a Yes vote threatened a new financial crisis.
Rodney Jefferson The latest poll on Scottish independence shows the lead for the No campaign down to six percentage points.
Gordon Rayner, Christopher Hope and Peter Dominiczak Britain's Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron is under growing pressure to ask the Queen to speak out in support of the Union as another opinion poll confirms a surge in support for Scottish...
World leaders, family, friends and thousands of mourners who queued for hours to secure a seat in Johannesburg's FNB stadium paid tribute to South Africa's anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela.
Alan Turing, who broke Enigma code in World War II, pardoned by Queen over conviction for homosexuality
Britain has granted a posthumous pardon to Alan Turing, the World War II code-breaking hero who killed himself after he was convicted of the then crime of homosexuality.
The stalwart of the British left is remembered for renouncing his aristocratic title and winning respect across the political spectrum.