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The campaign against Scottish independence must move beyond economics to arguments of the “head and heart”, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.

Alex Salmond, first minister of Scotland

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The end of an era?

RBS, based in Edinburgh, has many customers in England

RBS pressured to reveal plans if Scotland votes for independence

Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Life are among the listed businesses based north of the border that are under pressure to tell shareholders their plans should Scotland vote for independence.

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond presents the White Paper for Scottish independence

'What we could be': Alex Salmond launches blueprint for independent Scotland

Holyrood's First Minister insisted country would 'stand still' if it stayed part of UK

Independent Scots would be hit by £1,000-a-year 'tax bombshell,' Danny Alexander warns Alex Salmond

Chief Secretary to the Treasury issues warning as Scottish Government publishes white paper on independence

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

Moving the Trident nuclear deterrent from the Clyde to a new site in the remaining UK would take years to achieve

Alex Salmond's SNP plans for Scottish independence criticised for lacking crucial detail over defence plans

Commons defence select committee unconvinced that proposed £2.5bn budget is enough for new Scottish defence force

David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown during TV debates in 2010

Time for David Cameron to stop 'ducking and diving' and agree to TV election debates, says Ed Miliband

Three televised debates during the course of the campaign would exclude both Ukip and the SNP from participating

Bill Walker, the former SNP politician, blamed a 'media onslaught' for his resignation

Bill Walker resignation: MSP convicted of wife-beating is still in denial, ex-wife claims

‘Great relief’ as former SNP politician quits Scottish Parliament ahead of sentencing

Scottish politicians attack ‘going home’ immigration posters as ‘shameful’

A charity has also labelled the Home Office posters displayed in reporting centres ‘racist’

Witty, lucid, sharp: Andrew Marr’s back – and it’s bad news for Alex Salmond

Matthew Bell witnesses a tour de force by the convalescing TV presenter in Edinburgh

Scottish independence campaigner Dennis Canavan says Prince George should never be King of Scotland

Dennis Canavan says the monarchy is 'a complete anachronism in a modern 21st century democracy'

SNP candidate Mark McDonald won the Aberdeen Donside byelection with 9,418 votes

Alex Salmond's SNP hold on to Holyrood majority in Aberdeen Donside byelection

Party's formerly comfortable majority shaved by more than 5,000 votes

Scottish Conservative party conference: 'Pull UK together not apart', says Cameron

The United Kingdom should be "pulling together, not pulling apart", the Prime Minister will insist today.

Scotland could become 'another Cyprus' if it becomes independent

Scotland risks becoming "another Cyprus" if it becomes independent, the Treasury claims.

HMS Vengeance departs for Devonport before its 2012 refit

Lib Dems hit back as David Cameron pours scorn on their opposition to £25bn plan to renew Trident nuclear weapons system

The Liberal Democrats hit back at David Cameron today after he poured scorn on their opposition to the £25bn plan to renew Britain's Trident nuclear weapons system.

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