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Oil giant Shell wants Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom, its chief executive has said. Ben van Beurden is said to have highlighted the importance of "stability and certainty" as he set out why the firm wanted Scotland to continue in the
The chief executive of the oil company Shell has said he would like Scotland to "remain part of the UK". Addressing the company's annual reception in London on Wednesday, Ben van Beurden said he valued the "continuity and stability" of the UK. He
The general belief is that older voters are likely to want Scotland to remain a part of the U.K...Will those who live in Scotland vote to end the union with the rest of Great Britain, or to keep it? The vote is not due to take place until the autumn
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond smiles as he attends the opening day of salmon fishing season on the river Tay at Dunkeld in Scotland January 15, 2014. An independent Scotland would be a prosperous country that would retain close ties with the
The referendum on Scottish independence has thrown down a challenge to those campaigning for a No vote under the banner of the UK being "better together". But what vision can they offer to compete with the nationalist one? At London's Olympic Park
February 2014 Hugo Rifkind has called on posh Scots to speak out in the independence debate, but it's not their voices that are missing. Many strange things will be written about Scotland this year. Some will be uncomprehending, some inappropriate or
February 2014 Last week's attempts at arm-twisting Scotland over sterling and European Union membership have backfired. But an independent Scotland should want no part in either surrendering monetary sovereignty or EU constitutionalised neoliberalism.
Some believe it's unfair that only Scotland will have a say on Scottish independence...The philosopher Roger Scruton has recently suggested that the whole of the UK should vote on the Scottish referendum . Such a suggestion has been made from a
February 2014 Most English appear to have little interest either way. Beyond the London bubble there really is little need for anger or resentment. Some nationalist comments on Scottish independence come laced with a good dose of venom directed not
The Scottish independence debate needs to go beyond issues like how much better off Scots will be financially, a Church of Scotland report has said. The church also pointed to "strong" levels of dissatisfaction with the political system as a whole.