On the eve of Scotland's historic referendum, opinion polls show support for staying within the United Kingdom marginally stronger than backing for independence, but tens of thousands of undecided citizens agonise over which way to vote. Full Article | Full Coverage
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However the referendum turns out, the arguments from both sides reveal some hard truths. Governments are at the centre of modern economies. But their freedom is limited, since no nation is an island. Full Article
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