Queen urged to speak out against Scottish independence

Anna Fedorova

The Prime Minister is under pressure from senior MPs to call on the Queen to speak out against Scottish independence, as fears over a 'yes' vote grow.

The latest YouGov and TNS polls have revealed the split between the 'yes' and 'no' campaigns is much closer than previously thought, with 41% of voters supporting each side instead of the 40%-60% split...

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