We must stop conflating international institutions with the ideals they profess to uphold, for the former rarely live up to the latter.
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Also: The Union’s treatment at this year’s party conference; the Welsh Conservatives won’t be following the Scots to a new logo; I’m on the wireless.
The way the referendum campaign was waged could inject new life into both the Scottish Conservatives and the separatists.
Ignoring the West Lothian Question meant Labour MPs could act as if nothing had changed whilst the Union was hollowed out beneath them.
We re-run a guide to tonight’s count – together with links.
The organisers of the Rally for Unity have more to teach the next generation of unionists than most of the official No campaign.
His unilateral promise of “Home Rule” has exposed the untenable position of Labour’s Scottish and Welsh MPs.
Separatism has always enjoyed a highly motivated support base – but this week’s nightmare poll could maximise unionist turnout.
This column will be focusing on Scotland for the next few weeks – but the fight for Britain begins in earnest on September 19.
A selection of Twitter reactions to Douglas Carswell’s defection to UKIP.
Britishness is the cement that holds the Union together – but how do we define it without nationalism’s discredited exceptionalism?
Also: Northern Irish civil service plan fresh tranche of cuts; and devolved health services miss performance targets.
New data suggests that 95 per cent of Americans are better off than their British equivalents. That is unlikely to prompt the response it should.
The end of ever-rising attainment is vital and broadly supported – but there is still the risk of parental backlash against reform.
Also: Gaddafi’s ex-spymaster offers to reveal IRA connexions; and Welsh Tories double down on grammar schools.