Government whips are understood to be preparing contingency plans to recall parliament if Scotland votes for independence next week, which would postpone the start of the Labour party conference.
BP, one of the North Sea's biggest investors, has urged Scotland to vote against independence next week, arguing that oil wealth would best be protected by remaining inside the UK.
The Liberal Democrats have unveiled their 77 page long pre-manifesto. The document sets out the party’s continued vision for a federal UK.
As more and more pressure mounts on Rotherham's police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright, Keith Vaz pushes for legislation to oust him.
Rupert Murdoch has indicated his strongest support yet for an independent Scotland with a series of tweets suggesting that the media mogul could be about to back Alex Salmond’s yes campaign.
The United Kingdom faces the "disastrous" prospect of losing its Trident nuclear deterrent and its permanent seat on the United Nations security council if Scotland votes for independence, the former prime minister Sir John Major has warned.
The prime minister must have wished to be anywhere but Balmoral explaining to Her Majesty that a poll was about to be published showing he was on the verge of overseeing the break-up of her most precious possession, the 300-year-old union. But saying sorry is not always enough to assuage one's sense of guilt.
A call for the establishment of an English Labour party in the wake of the proposed transfer of further powers to Scotland is made on Wednesday by Labour MP John Denham, suggesting there is a growing concern that England is missing out in the race to the devolution of powers.
Scotland's first minister, Alex Salmond, was in a buoyant mood in Edinburgh on Tuesday, lifted by polls and what he called the "disintegration" of the no campaign.
The No camp have continued their efforts to win back voters by planning to hold a one day festival to celebrate the union.
Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and other leading figures campaigning for Britain to leave the EU could be offered senior cabinet roles after June’s referendum, under plans being considered by the prime minister.
Convincing the British public to remain in the European Union should be the overriding priority for our political leadership this year. Britain’s economic strength, jobs and trade, our quality of life and our long-term security are all on the ballot paper in the June referendum.