19 September 2014
Constitutional change used to be a marginal pastime but in the aftermath of Scotland's decision it is all important.
Downing Street insists it will not backtrack on its devolution pledge to Scotland despite Tory calls for swift action on more powers for English MPs.
Ed Balls leaves an opponent with a bloodied eye in the annual football match between Labour and political journalists.
Does more power to Scotland mean the same for England?
Can England-only votes happen at Westminster?
The life and times of Scotland's independence leader
A profile of the woman tipped to succeed Alex Salmond?
English cities and councils want more power but do the public?
Scotland's vote has opened explosive questions for UK's future
What impact will Scottish vote have on Ed Miliband's party?
The life and political career of Ian Paisley
See how political parties are doing in the latest opinion surveys
Coverage of European election results and reaction
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