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John Reid, a former Defence Secretary, has warned that UK warships will not be built in Scotland if it votes for independence

John Reid warns shipbuilders against Scottish independence

John Reid, a former Defence Secretary, has warned that UK warships will not be built in Scotland if it votes for independence in next year’s referendum.

Shipyard workers leave the BAE systems yard in Govan following the announcement that the company will be cutting jobs

Shipyards jobs axe: an Independent Scotland 'could lose key Royal Navy contracts'

Forecast from Cabinet ministers follows announcement that protected Glasgow shipbuilding jobs while scrapping them in Portsmouth

Labour to review end of shipbuilding at historic Portsmouth yard by BAE

Labour will back the end of shipbuilding in Portsmouth if the detail reveals it to be the best move for Britain, the shadow Defence Secretary confirmed today.

A general view of the BAE systems yard at Govan on the Clyde

End of the line: Defence giant BAE cuts 1,775 jobs as it halts shipbuilding at historic Portsmouth yard

1,775 jobs axed across country in its naval ships business after 'significant' reduction in workload

BAE set to cut 1,000 jobs at Glasgow and Portsmouth shipyards

Workers in Scotland under threat after completion of aircraft carriers project

Legal age to buy crackers cut as part of 'pointless' red tape rules to be scrapped from tomorrow

Dozens of cuts to red tape will come into force tomorrow, including reducing the age for buying Christmas crackers, saving businesses millions of pounds, the Government has announced.

I am committed to defence jobs, says David Cameron

The Prime Minister is to welcome home a submarine crew from their 100th patrol.

BAE's top trio to miss their bonus targets

Managers lose out on millions as defence giant's profit falls amid military spending freeze

The Unthanks, Diversions Vol 3: Songs from the Shipyards (RabbleRouser)

The Unthanks' Songs from the Shipyards originated in their soundtrack work for a documentary film elegiacally celebrating the lost shipbuilding industry in 20th-century poems and folksongs. Hence, the wistful blend of piano and ambient sounds underscoring the album centrepiece "The Romantic Tees". Elsewhere, Becky Unthank's soft timbre and her sister Rachel's more ingenuous tone lend a fond nobility to shipbuilding reminiscences such as "Black Trade" and "A Great Northern River".

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Defence Secretary told to shut Portsmouth dockyard

Review calls for delay in £5bn warship programme, putting 3,000 jobs under threat
Samir Nasri darts between United’s Paul Scholes and Park Ji-sung

Ji-sung Park gamble backfires as Alex Ferguson's timid Manchester United surrender the initiative

City exploit United's packed midfield which leaves Rooney isolated and frustrated in attack

Australian billionaire to build Titanic II

An Australian billionaire has announced plans to build a replica of the Titanic that will make its maiden voyage from England to New York in 2016.

A Night To Remember: A giant steel name plate marks the entrance to the Titanic Belfast Experience

The centenary of its sinking has spawned a 'Titanic' industry

Commemorations begin this weekend to mark the centenary of Titanic's tragic maiden voyage. Scores of events will take place; many are well meaning while others appear to be little more than a cynical cash-in on a disaster in which 1,514 people died.

Titanic officer's letter to be sold

A rare handwritten letter by the second in command on the Titanic is expected to fetch between £25,000 and £30,000 when it goes under the hammer later this month.

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