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A farm cat wearing a GPS collar grooms one of its cousins

Expert urges cat lovers to own just one animal each

New BBC documentary will highlight the dangers of too many felines inhabiting too little territorial space

Inquests into the deaths of Daniel Rooney and Pat McVeigh, during the height of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, could be re-opened

New inquests for men ‘killed by secret British Army unit’

Fresh inquests are to be held into the deaths of two men alleged to have been shot dead by members of a secret elite unit of the British Army at the height of the Troubles in Northern Ireland.

Alex Salmond has fallen on his sword and now his deputy Nicola Sturgeon is the clear frontrunner to replace him

Scottish referendum results: As Alex Salmond steps down, Nicola Sturgeon waits for her chance to lead

Deputy SNP leader has made no secret of her desire to lead

Chris McAleese at Bannockburn Polling Station, as voters go to the polls in the Scottish Referendum

Scottish independence: ‘Something has to change. The whole world is watching’

Leif Findlay had intended to play the bagpipes on his way to the polling station. But in the end, out of respect for his two rescue Staffordshire bull terriers who object to the skirl of the pipes, he chose to mark the occasion dressed in the ancient Farquharson tartan of his ancestors.

A symbol of Britain’s imperial pomp: The Coldstream Guards march

Scottish independence: 'This country is famous for what we achieved together not apart'

There can be fewer more potent symbols of Britain’s imperial pomp than the troops of the Coldstream Guards in their scarlet tunics.

A graffitied Scottish Referendum sign on the A90 road near Dundee. The city has earned the label of Yes City for its allegedly rock-solid support for independence

Scottish independence: In Dundee, which is 70% yes, anticipation is running high

There is little visibility for Better Together

Frank Titterton gives out leaflets from an old police box on Leith Road in Edinburgh ahead of the Scottish referendum

Scottish independence: Born, bred and migrated - there are many shades of Scottishness, but how will they vote?

Some are born Scottish, some are bred Scottish, and some have Scottishness thrust upon them. So who’s got the vote – and who will be shouting from the sidelines?

Street campaigners in Aberdeen rallying for the Scottish Referendum Vote

Scottish independence: Even in Better Together heartland Aberdeen, the Yes campaign fights on

If the No vote had a heartland, Aberdeen and its surrounding shire would surely rank as friendliest territory for Better Together.

An aerial shot of the rally

Scottish independence vote: ‘No’ campaigners’ rally relegated from Arthur's Seat to cricket pitch

Despite unsavoury associations with the darker aspects of Edinburgh’s past, few locations afford a more stunning backdrop for a photo opportunity than Arthur’s Seat.

Melanie Greig wept as she said she was “truly sorry” for her role in the tragedy

Jacintha Saldanha inquest: Australian prank call DJ Melanie Greig apologises to nurse's family

She said: "This tragedy will always stay with me"

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