The future of the United Kingdom lies in the hands of just 8.3% of its population. Is that fair?
Voters will likely have one eye on their wallets as they cast their votes on Thursday in Scotland's independence referendum
Back in 1974, TIME reported that Scots had a "general feeling" of England that "she's a tired old ship that is foundering at sea."
Voting in the historic independence referendum has begun. Crucially, some 8% of voters remain undecided
They'll lose British funding, coaching and facilities if they compete for an independent Scotland
Millions of people in Scotland have begun voting in Thursday’s referendum to answer the question: “Should Scotland become an independent country?” The result...
Britons are fiercely protective of their country’s taxpayer-funded National Health Service (NHS). A 2013 poll showed that, for many, it was a bigger source of...