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Salmond Resigns, His Dream in Tatters

This week Scotland voted “No Thanks” to independence, choosing in record numbers to remain part of the United Kingdom. After a two and a half year campaign and a last-minute leap in the polls, Salmond and his party just missed the mark, losing to the Better Together campaign 55 percent to 45 percent. 20 Sep 2014, 6:56 AM PDT

Belgium Thwarts Jihadist Attacks: Report

Belgian authorities have prevented several attacks by jihadist fighters returning home from Syria and by sympathisers with the Islamic State extremist group, a report said Saturday. 20 Sep 2014, 6:03 AM PDT

ISIS Frees 49 Hostages as Turkey Denies Paying Ransom

The self-proclaimed Islamic State has freed 49 Turkish hostages from the country's besieged consulate in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. The freed men were greeted with crowds waving Turkish flags when they arrived back in the city of Ankara early Saturday morning. 20 Sep 2014, 4:58 AM PDT

Why Men Cheat WITH Me, But Not on Me

I've never been cheated on, obviously. But I know a cheater when I see one, which is perhaps why I've been invited to host and judge the first National Adultery Awards later this month. The Awards are run by Illicit Encounters, a website that says it's the UK's number one dating service for married people. Yes. Just let that sink in for a minute. 20 Sep 2014, 4:04 AM PDT

6 Arrested, Scottish Flag 'Set Ablaze', as Referendum Campaigners Violently Clash in Glasgow

Reports continue to emerge of violence in Glasgow's City Centre tonight as groups unofficially aligned with the 'Yes' and 'No' sides of the Scottish Independence Referendum continue to taunt each other in the streets. Twitter users have reported that pro-union campaigners have burned Scotland's flag, the Saltire, in George Square, while others are reporting, unconfirmed as yet, that a 'Yes' campaigner has been stabbed 19 Sep 2014

The Next Scottish First Minister: Runners And Riders

Today’s resignation of Alex Salmond as First Minister of Scotland after his failure to secure independence in yesterday’s referendum opens up a leadership battle in the Scottish National Party (SNP). Here is our review of the potential candidates: 19 Sep 2014

Alex Salmond Resigns After Failed Indy Bid

Alex Salmond, leader of the Scottish National Party and First Minister of Scotland has resigned. He is stepping down from both roles following the defeat of the Yes Scotland campaign for Scottish independence last night. 19 Sep 2014

We May Hate Brown But He Did Save The Union And The Pound

If you were to ask most British people to name the worst Prime Minister ever Gordon Brown’s name would probably crop up. The man disparaging nicknamed 'McRuin' brought the country to its knees with his disastrous running of the economy and his sheer awkwardness creeped most people out. 19 Sep 2014

So Britain is Still Great. But For How Much Longer?

First the good news. Thanks to last night's "No" vote in the Scottish referendum Britain has been spared: a run on the pound; the hasty exodus of Scotland's finance industry; the premature death of UKIP; the gloating of Alex Salmond; a Red-Wedding-style outbreak of backstabbing and bloodletting among Tories and Labour alike; a collapse in the markets; at least two years of procedural sclerosis in the British and Scottish parliaments; the entirely unnecessary and utterly ill-considered rupture of a the greatest Union between nations the world has ever known; waking up this morning to find ourselves no longer in bed with cherished (if fractious) friends, allies, partners and comrades alongside whom we've fought, loved and prospered for over 300 years. 19 Sep 2014

Islamic State Plot in Australia Raises Questions

The Islamic State plot to carry out random beheadings in Sydney alleged by police is a simple and barbaric scheme that has shaken Australians. But terrorism experts on Friday questioned whether the ruthless movement had the capacity or inclination to sustain a terror campaign so far from the Middle East 19 Sep 2014

John Redwood MP: Does 'Devo More' Mean More Money for Scotland?

Now that Scotland has voted 'no', MPs at Westminster are raising serious questions over the promises of more autonomy for Scotland, and asking where England fits into it all. One of those MPs, Conservative John Redwood, has written a blog post asking for clarity on what the new devolution deal will mean for England. 19 Sep 2014

Breivik is More Extreme Than Ever Before, Says Father

Jens Breivik, father of Danish mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik has warned that his son is more extreme than ever, and may be more dangerous. Speaking at a press conference upon the release of his book, Breivik Snr confirmed that his son has refused to see him in prison unless the father ascribes to fascist politics, The Local has reported. 19 Sep 2014

Veganism "Can Cause Serious Harm" Say Swiss Authorities

As the popularity of alternative-lifestyle choice ‘Veganism’ increases across Europe, officials in Switzerland have expressed concerns about the health implications for children who have the unusual diet forced on them by “idealistic” parents. 19 Sep 2014

UK Taxpayer Subsidising Free Hotel Accommodation for 600 Asylum Seekers

Up to 600 asylum seekers are being housed in 98 rooms at a London hotel, at a cost of £500,000 for the British taxpayer. A recent inspection of the Queen's Hotel in the south London suburb of Upper Norwood found that in some cases nine people were crammed into one room, while an earlier inspection had discovered 791 people in residence at the hotel. 19 Sep 2014

China State Media Urges Clarity on Iceland Envoy Spy Rumour

A Chinese state-run newspaper Thursday urged Beijing to say whether its ambassador to Iceland was a spy following reports he had been held for leaking intelligence to Japan, while authorities said they had "no information" on the matter 18 Sep 2014

The E-mails That Prove Video Games Journalism Must be Reformed

In light of our revelations about the secret gaming journalism mailing list GameJournoPros, few can doubt that damaging groupthink has taken hold of the video games journalism establishment. But quite how absurdly close to their subjects some gaming journalists are has been laid bare in black and white thanks to the leak of hundreds of emails from this private mailing list, which has been used by some games industry journalists to aggressively influence the opinions, policies and reporting priorities of other publications.  18 Sep 2014

UK Markets Swinging Towards Scottish 'No'

British financial markets placed a raft of late bets that Scots would vote "No" to independence on Thursday, pushing the pound and Scottish-based stocks higher in the final hours of polling. 18 Sep 2014

Memo to the BBC: The 'Far Right' Did Not Decapitate David Haines nor Rape 1400 Girls in Rotherham

Here is the news: in Australia, a plot by Islamic State sympathisers to capture random members of the public and chop their heads off has been foiled by security services; in Syria, two Americans and a British hostage have been beheaded by an Islamist nicknamed Jihadi John - and another innocent Briton (a taxi driver captured while working for an aid convoy) has been told he is next on the list; across Britain, in the aftermath of the Rotherham enquiry, more and more evidence is emerging that in towns and cities all over the country mostly underage white girls have been systematically groomed, raped and trafficked by organised Muslim gangs, with the complicity of local government authorities, charity workers, police officers and the broader Muslim community. 18 Sep 2014

Scottish Referendum: Who Says 'Yes' and Who Says 'No'

On the surface, the players and interests in the 2014 Scottish referendum can be boiled down to the Scottish National Party and leader Alex Salmond versus David Cameron and the supporters of a unified United Kingdom. 18 Sep 2014

Cameron Ultra-Loyalist Joins Rebellion Against 'Devo Max'

Claire Perry, Rail Minister for the British government, has warned the Prime Minister not to give Scotland 'financial party bags' if the country votes 'no' today. The normally ultra-loyal minister said that she was concerned that, in the event of a close 'no' vote, Scotland would be offered a “raft of goodies” that would be funded by English voters, something that would stir resentment south of the border. 18 Sep 2014

In a 50-50 Dead Heat, The Fate of the UK Would Be Decided by... A Coin Toss?

It sounds mad, but a toss of the coin could, technically, decide the fate of the United Kingdom and Scotland. Oddly enough, even with polls as close as they currently are, the Edinburgh Agreement signed by David Cameron and Alex Salmond last year setting out the plans for today's referendum vote doesn't account for the fact that there may be an equal number of votes on both sides. 18 Sep 2014

What Drives The Angry Feminist Journalists Slating #GamerGate?

A suspiciously coordinated attack on August 28th this year, declaring the "death of gaming culture," displayed staggering contempt by journalists for their own audience. But one article stood head and shoulders above the rest for pouring scorn on the men - and yes, it is still overwhelmingly men - who play video games. "'Gamers' don't have to be your audience. 'Gamers' are over", wrote Leigh Alexander 18 Sep 2014

Scottish Yes Poster Eaten By Unionist Snails

When Caroline McMaster from Leith noticed her ‘Vote Yes’ posters being attacked every night she rightly suspected that slimy no campaigners may have been involved. But she admits she had not realised how right her theory was until she got up early this morning to find the latest one being eaten… by snails. 18 Sep 2014

Calais Illegals Taunt Border Guards

Brazen migrants camping out at Calais are so confident of getting into Britain that they are now taunting British border guards at the French town’s port. Others already in Britain readily admit to enjoying British prison life because they get three meals a day and unlimited access to the football on Sky Sports. 18 Sep 2014

Dramatic Headlines Greet Scotland 'D-Day'

Newspapers declared Thursday a "day of destiny" in dramatic front pages streaked with blue, white and red as Scotland votes on whether to split from the United Kingdom. 18 Sep 2014

A Guide to Scotland as Independence Vote Nears

The people of Scotland will decide on Thursday whether to end a partnership with the rest of the United Kingdom that has lasted more than 300 years. Here is a guide to Scotland as the historic vote nears. 18 Sep 2014

Emotions Mount on Final Day of Scottish Campaign

For Scots, Wednesday was a day of excitement, apprehension, and a flood of final appeals before a big decision. In a matter of hours, they will determine whether Scotland leaves the United Kingdom and becomes an independent state. 18 Sep 2014

Scotland Goes to the Polls: This Can Only End Badly

Today the people of Scotland will vote on the most important issue of their lifetime: whether to remain part of a 307 year old Union which has brought them peace and prosperity, encouraged cultural and economic efflorescence and created the greatest empire the world has ever seen... 18 Sep 2014

WATCH: Gordon Brown's Epic Speech About Saving The Union

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has spoken of his love of Scotland and how the United Kingdom fought together in WWII. Brown remains popular in Scotland despite his poor reputation in the rest of the UK, and was brought in the bolster a lacklustre 'No' campaign. 17 Sep 2014

New, Pro-ISIS Group Rears Its Head in Denmark, Recruits for Jihad

A militant Islamist organisation reported to have “strong connections” to the Islamic State has established itself in Denmark and is recruiting Danes to join its cause. The development will be of great cause for concern for Denmark, coming just weeks after a Danish mosque openly declared support for ISIS both on television, with one Islamist warning “It is an open war now” 17 Sep 2014

Salmond Demands Inquiry Into Royal Bank of Scotland Leak

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has written to the head of the Civil Service to demand an inquiry into a leak at the Royal Bank of Scotland. The leak was of information that showed the bank would be unable to remain in an independent Scotland and instead would move to London. 17 Sep 2014

Pope 'At Risk of Assassination by ISIS'

Pope Francis is at risk of assassination from ISIS, a top Iraqi diplomat has warned. Habeeb al Sadr, Iraqi ambassador to the Vatican, said that the terror group had issued “credible threats” to the kill the Pope, just days before he begins a visit to Albania. 17 Sep 2014

Austria Announces Tough New Anti-Jihad Laws as Europe Cracks Down on Defectors

The Austrian government plans to tighten up laws on sedition and the display of provocative imagery in order to tackle Isis jihadists and their supporters within Austria, The Local has reported. Under the range of new measures, dual citizens who engage in combat will lose their Austrian passport, and children will not be allowed to leave the country without the express permission of their parents or guardians. 17 Sep 2014

Separatists in Quebec, Scotland Share Lessons

Quebec's separatists are watching closely this week to see if the Scottish independence movement has learned from their failed attempts to break away from Canada. And it could be rejuvenated if Scotland breaks away from the United Kingdom. 17 Sep 2014

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