Live coverage as the results roll in
The days of majority government in Britain are dead. So which unlikable leaders will form the next coalition?
Scott Gilmore on interesting times in U.K. politics and why Jason Kenney is such a hot topic at British dinner parties
David Cameron and Ed Miliband are interrogated
The victory for No leaves just one problem: Is it really possible for the United Kingdom to go on existing? The Maclean’s Editorial
What led officials to ignore Rotherham, the nation’s most shocking sex abuse scandal for more than a decade?
After centuries of uneasy union, Scotland is poised to vote on independence. The end of Great Britain may be closer than we think.
How a reality show all about baking—instead of bickering or backstory—became a proxy for an uncertain United Kingdom
Both loved and loathed, the 1995 film classic looms large in the battle over Scottish independence
An epidemic of loneliness is Britain’s ‘national shame’ and a growing health crisis among the elderly
A growing scandal has put the spotlight on sexism in the backroom boys’ club of British politics
Bank of England governor says Scotland would have to cede some sovereignty
The U.S. did not have to destroy its economy to accomplish this incredible fiscal improvement
Recent high-profile cases of domestic bondage are just the tip of a disturbing social trend
While the U.K. mourns the end of its oldest shipyard, some see a cynical political manoeuvre
How David Cameron’s plan to ‘nudge’ could save billions
Oregon may drop upfront tuition payments while the U.K. allows $14,000 fees