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  By a Newsnet reporter
 
The Director of the anti-independence campaign, Better Together, has admitted that Scotland may have voted Yes if Unionists hadn't pursued a tactic of scaremongering.
 
Blair McDougall has said commentators who criticised his campaign for being negative were wrong and that undecided voter focus groups had responded well to his campaign tactics.

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  By Sean Martin
 
Alex Salmond has criticised the BBC for the way the broadcaster has covered the Scottish independence referendum.
 
Speaking during an interview with Channel 4’s Krishnan Guru-Murthy on Sunday, the departing First Minister was asked about both the protest against the BBC’s referendum coverage and his apparent decision to ban some journalists from attending his resignation speech at Bute House last Friday.

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  By a Newsnet reporter
 
A petition calling for broadcasting to be included in a package of more powers for Scotland, has attracted the support of almost 14,000 people after only eleven days.
 
Posted by Newsnet Scotland editor Lynda Williamson one week before the independence referendum, the petition calls on both the UK and Scottish Government's to acknowledge the need for Scottish broadcasting to fall under the control of the Scottish people.

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  By G.A.Ponsonby
 
BBC news reports of a violent disturbance that took place in Glasgow's George Square following the independence referendum have been challenged after images and eye-witness accounts appeared to back claims that the violence was perpetrated by pro-Union thugs.
 
On Friday people were shocked after violence erupted in the centre of Glasgow during a celebration being held by pro-independence supporters after Scotland's biggest city backed Yes in the referendum.

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  By a Newsnet reporter
 
A speech by Gordon Brown in which the former Labour leader has insisted his timetable for more powers will be maintained has been broadcast live by the BBC.
 
The broadcaster has stepped in as anger begins to grow over the failure of the parties involved in the Better Together campaign to honour a vow given to the Scottish people in the days leading up to the independence referendum.

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  By a Newsnet reporter
 
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has ditched a pre-referendum vow to hold a vote in the House of Commons on further devolution for Scotland, dismissing such a move as "meaningless".
 
The revelation was made by First Minister Alex Salmond who yesterday announced he is to resign as First Minister and leader of the SNP.

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  I have has announced my intention to stand down as SNP Leader at the Party’s Annual Conference in November and then as First Minister when the SNP have elected the next Leader following a membership ballot.
 
My statement to the nation, made a few moments ago at Bute House, is as follows:

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