The Prime Minister will soon need to translate generalities into specifics.
Shouting really loudly in a Scottish accent =/= Gordon Brown.
Labour leader suggests compromise after opposing idea of two classes of MPs.
Under the talented and popular Nicola Sturgeon, the party will become stronger still. Labour is on the run.
Politicians and ordinary people coming together in town hall meetings up and down the land should shape a new constitution.
The Labour leader has responded to David Cameron’s ideas for constitutional change with a plan of his own. But does it go far enough?
Without the consent of the public, decisions taken to devolve powers will be seen as a political fix.
Scotland's First Minister and the SNP leader will resign following his defeat in the Scottish independence referendum.
Off predictions or wacky results? Many of the areas that were expected to vote for independence voted No.
Nick Clegg, the deputy Prime Minister, rules out "English votes for English laws" - but backs compromise of an English grand committee to amend legislation.
The Prime Minister gave a speech after the Scottish referendum result.
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