Commons leader William Hague speaks in the House of Commons, London, where he presented the options for reform as the Conservatives push for a ban on Scottish representatives blocking laws which do not apply north of the border.

Government must press on with English votes for English laws to fight 'injustice', Hexham MP Guy Opperman has said

Speaking in the House of Commons, MP for Hexham Guy Opperman said people in Northumberland are keen to see constitutional change

Alex Salmond will stand down as Scotland's First Minister and SNP leader

Journal poll: how appetite for devolution is high after Scottish independence vote

Appetite for regional devolution higher than "English votes for English laws"

A general view at the border between Scotland and England just north of Berwick-upon-Tweed

Peter Troy: People are now talking about the Barnett Formula and the West Lothian question

Journal columnist Peter Troy says the structures for true democracy  are already in place - but they badly need updating for the 21st century

An oil rig in the North Sea

After Scotland's decision the future looks brighter for the North East

Friday's Journal features our latest supplement - the North of England Energy and Offshore Report - focusing on one of the region's most important industries. Peter McCusker looks ahead to this publication

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond walking in front of a Saltire

Keith Hann: There are lessons for those pushing for an EU referendum in the Scottish vote

Journal columnist Keith Hann says there are echoes of the mourning for Princess Diana in the groans and whines from across the border

East Ayrshire Referendum Count

The Journal Opinion: Why we don't want a re-run of the regional assembly referendum

The Journal's opinion column for Tuesday, September 23, in which we argue that there is no real appetite to revisit the 2004 referendum

Chris McAleese at Bannockburn Polling Station, as voters go to the polls in the Scottish Referendum.

Ross Smith: Scotland's policies can't be dictated from London - and neither can the North East's

The director of policy for the North East Chamber of Commerce on the opportunities and threats for the region after Scotland's vote

Prime Minister David Cameron makes a statement in Downing Street in central London as Scotland has rejected independence

The Journal Opinion: After the Scottish Referendum

The Journal's opinion column for Saturday, September 20, in which we continue to look at the region in the wake of the Scottish Referendum

Jon Gamble from go2eventhire as he asks the question YES or NO with illuminated signs near Dunblane, Scotland

The Journal Opinion: How does the North East claim more powers in a changing United Kingdom?

The Journal's opinion column for Saturday, September 20, in which we analyse the ways forward after Scotland rejected independence

The singers from Hawick bring Scottish fervour to Berwick

How Berwick looked to history as Scots went to the polls

Berwick's annual film festival is attracting thousands to the town as it looks ahead to a changing political landscape

Caroline Stewart from Bari tea

Borders business woman's relief at Scotland No vote

Caroline Stewart, of Alnwick, said Scottish independence could have stifled cross-border trade

Blyth Valley MP Ronnie Campbell

Blyth MP Ronnie Campbell calls for regional assembly after no vote

Blyth MP Ronnie Campbell has called for a regional assembly on the back of the no vote on Scottish independence

Businessman Jeremy Middleton

North East business leaders stress No vote must not be at region's expense

They said regional businesses must be prepared and equipped to deal with a powerful Scottish economy

Jon Gamble from go2eventhire as he asks the question YES or NO with illuminated signs near Dunblane, Scotland null

Scotland votes NO: LIVE updates and reaction from the North East as Scotland votes no to independence

The latest reaction, comment and analysis from the North East as Scotland votes no to independence

Prime Minister David Cameron makes a statement in Downing Street in central London as Scotland has rejected independence

David Cameron accused of peddling 'nonsense with stilts on' in wake of No vote

English Parliament move is gerrymandering for Tory-led South and ignoring calls for devolution of powers to the North East

The Scottish border with Northumberland

The Journal Opinion: Give the North East a stronger voice

The Journal's opinion column for Friday, September 19, in which we look at what the region needs in the wake of the Scottish vote

Front page of The Journal on Friday 19th September

Now what is your vow to the North? We call to bring more powers and funding to the region

Editors from Northern newspapers launch unprecedented joint call to bring more powers and funding to the North

Chris McAleese at Bannockburn Polling Station, as voters go to the polls in the Scottish Referendum.

Scottish Independence: Clock ticking as border residents give votes and views

In the final hours of the Scottish Independence vote, we head to the borders to talk to those on both sides of the divide

Yes supporters in Maryhill, Glasgow, as voters go to the polls in the Scottish Referendum

Scottish Independence: No vote could be the "worst possible outcome for the North East", experts warn

A pledge to continue using the Barnett Formula to calculate public spending could squeeze the North East, experts have claimed

Businessman Jeremy Middleton

The North East needs economic devolution in order to succeed and work with Scotland, says leading entrepreneur

Jeremy Middleton believes economic devolution is critical for the future of the region, regardless of the result of the Scottish independence vote

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Culture Editor
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Business Editor
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Newcastle United Editor
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Sports Writer