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Ryan Gauld and Stevie May called up for Scotland
BBC News
Former Dundee United midfielder Gauld, 18, has previously represented Scotland at under-19 and under-21 level, while former St Johnstone forward May has eight under-21 caps. "They're just good young players," Scotland manager Gordon Strachan said.
Stevie May and Ryan Gauld in Scotland squad for Georgia and Poland tiesThe Guardian
May and Gauld in Scotland squad for Euro 2016 qualifiersHerald Scotland
Ryan Gauld and Stevie May have been named in the Scotland squad for the
SkySports -Scotsman -The Star
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The Guardian

David Cameron says no vote will bolster Conservatives in Scotland
The Guardian
The Tories famously have only one Scottish MP ? the junior Scotland Office minister David Mundell ? after being wiped out during Tony Blair's landslide election victory in 1997. The party has since struggled to win back seats in rural heartlands such ...
David Cameron: I got it right on Scotland referendumBBC News
David Cameron's boy wore tartan pyjamas as Scotland voted NoHerald Scotland
Conservative Conference: David Cameron targets Tory gains in ScotlandAberdeen Press and Journal
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Scotland votes to stay
MSN Canada
Supporters from the "No" Campaign celebrate as they hold up a Union flag, in Edinburgh, Scotland September 19, 2014. Scotland turns out in record numbers to vote with opponents of independence winning 55 to 45 percent. 2 of 30 © REUTERS/Cathal ...

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BBC News

Brown calls on Scots to sign devolution 'promises' petition
BBC News
Former Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown has called for 100,000 Scots to sign a petition urging Westminster to keep promises on devolution. Mr Brown said there should be "no strings attached" to promises of more powers for Scotland. And he claimed ...
Brown calls on Scots to sign petition demanding Westminster keeps devolution ...Herald Scotland
Gordon Brown accuses David Cameron of setting trap for Scottish votersThe Guardian
Scotland's Future Is Bright; the UK's Might Not (blog)
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Herald Scotland

Revealed: Yes Scotland aimed for 65% of votes, £24m war chest, and backing ...
Herald Scotland
Yes Scotland, which has now ceased, was set up in 2012 as a coalition of the SNP, Scottish Greens, the Scottish Socialist Party and unaligned individuals in favour of independence. Former BBC Scotland head of news Mr Jenkins was at the helm, bolstered ...
Scottish Independence Poll: Were Youngest Voters Less Likely To Vote For ...Huffington Post UK
Ron Paul: Scotland's ?Secession? LessonFITSNews
WWU professor travels to Scotland to witness historyWestern Front
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Royal Bank of Scotland says expects lower impairments
London (AFP) - Royal Bank of Scotland will book lower bad debt charges than expected this year, helped by Ireland's improving economy, the state-rescued lender announced on Tuesday.

Scotland thrashed in tour opener
Scotland make a miserable start to their World Cup 2015 warm-up tour, suffering a 186-run hammering by Tasmania.

Zane Scotland sets course record
Zane Scotland rode a streak of five birdies in a row to card a course-record 65 and grab a healthy three-shot lead heading into the second round of the Ascorp Golf Citizen Abu Dhabi Open at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club on Monday.

Scotland holds three-shot lead ASCORP GOLF CITI≠ZEN Abu Dhabi Open
Zane Scotland rode a streak of five birdies in a row to card a course-record 65 and grab a healthy three-shot lead heading into the second round of the ASCORP GOLF CITI≠ZEN Abu Dhabi Open at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club on Sunday. On a layout that requires preci≠sion and nerve, the 32-year-old Englishman, who is also a golf in DUBAi ambassador, reeled off a total of eight birdies and one bogey in ...

Scotland's leader: Voters 'tricked' in referendum
LONDON (AP) ? The debate over Scotland's future fizzled amid a bitter war of words Sunday, with the Scottish leader claiming his countrymen were "tricked" into rejecting independence in a referendum and Britain's three main political parties bickering over how to take political reform forward.

Osborne: Holyrood 'would cut taxes'
Scotland will use new devolved powers to cut, rather than increase, its taxes, Chancellor George Osborne predicts.

Cheers and tears from winners and losers in Scotland referendum
By Angus MacSwan Edinburgh (Reuters) - As Scotland's regions reported their decisions in a momentous independence referendum to the central counting operation in Edinburgh in the early hours of Friday morning, the "Yes" supporters' mood grew ever more deflated. The votes piled up in favor of staying with the United Kingdom. And when it became clear that the independence campaign's dream was not ...

Scotland votes: UK loses no matter what the outcome
The polls are open in Scotland, and voters are casting their ballots in the referendum on Scottish Independence from the United Kingdom. The 4.2 million registered voters will face a simple question, ?Should Scotland be an independent country?? They will be able to answer with yes or no. Voting is open from 7am to 10pm, and the results will be revealed Friday morning, around 1am Eastern Time.

Scotland 'No' fails to stop Catalan secession push
Scotland's decision to remain in the United Kingdom has cost separatists across Europe political momentum. But the parliament in Spain's Catalonia region on Friday overwhelmingly gave its leader the power to call a secession referendum that the central government in Madrid has denounced as illegal.

Scotland and Ireland into elite round
Scotland and hosts the Republic of Ireland progressed comfortably from qualifying round Group 1 but the Faroe Islands face a wait to see if they will also go through.