Peter Geoghegan

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Glasgow, the Day After a Massacre

What’s left of Scottish Labour licks its wounds, while a victorious Scottish National Party ponders just how it’s going to work with those loathsome Tories.

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Scotland’s Revenge

Scottish nationalists lost last year’s independence referendum, but now they’re set to boot Labour from the north and rip the U.K. asunder.

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The Scottish Question Has Not Been Answered

The referendum may have failed, but tens of thousands of people have signed up with pro-yes parties in the week since the vote.    

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Scottish Hangover

A day after their referendum on independence, Scots take stock.

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If a Clod Be Washed Away by the Sea, Europe Is the Less

In Scotland's far north, the Isle of Lewis -- closer to Reykjavik than to London -- ponders independence.

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Showdown in Scotland

With the independence referendum looming, public opinion is shocking the political establishment by shifting in favor of a break from the United Kingdom. Should Europe prepare the welcome mat for a brand-new country?

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Imperfect Union

From protecting pandas to chucking nukes, inside the heated debate over whether Scotland should be independent.

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G Is for Grab Bag

On the march with the motley crew of G-8 protesters in Belfast.

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Return of the Troubles

Is Northern Ireland falling apart all over again?

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