Former chairman of North East says No campaign says devolution would still be bad for region

John Elliott tells The Journal he still does not support devolution as the debate is sparked back into life by the Scottish independence vote

Jonathan Walker: The day Westminster panicked - or how it all went wrong for the 'no' campaign

David Cameron and Ed Miliband both come out of the Scottish referendum campaign looking weak

The Journal Opinion: Scottish independence voting time is here

The Journal's opinion column for Thursday, September 18, in which we look at the campaign for Scottish independence

We will change how the North East is run says Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg

Deputy Prime Minister asks North East people how they want to be governed and defends decision to keep the Barnett Formula

Berwick vicar to represent Church of England on eve of Scottish referendum

Canon Alan Hughes of Berwick - who is related to a Scottish king - will represent the Church of England in Edinburgh

North East must be first in line for devolution after Scottish vote, says Hexham MP

The debate about how to govern the North East is already underway as the Scottish vote looms closer

North Labour leader says Scotland should go it alone

Former Mayor of Carlisle said a yes vote would encourage devolution in the North and in the rest of the UK

We need a strong Scotland say North East businesses

The region's business community said forging links with a strong Scotland could be good for the region

Union Jack raised over South Shields town hall for Let's Stay Together campaign

A united Britain would be better for the working class, the leaders of the NO campaign said at a rally on Monday

Dan Snow: Northumberland's border with Scotland has been 'a scar of violence'

TV presenter and historian Dan Snow explains Northumberland's bloody history with Scotland as he pleads for the Union to remain intact

Hilton Dawson: Scotland's vote shows it is time for the North East to rise

Former Labour MP and North East devolution campaigner Hilton Dawson on what the region can learn from the Scottish referendum

We'll become new home to Scottish banks, says Newcastle leader

Businesses ready to quit Scotland after independence referendum could come to Newcastle, says city council leader

Union flags go up across Northumberland ahead of the Scottish Referendum

Union flags have gone up across Northumberland ahead of the Scottish vote on independence

Scottish Independence 'could strip Britain of world power status'

UK could lose its influence in the world and its United Nations seat if Scotland goes, MPs have warned

Scottish Independence: Whatever happens in Scotland, the UK will be changed forever

Independence for Scotland could damage the North East's economy, but the referendum is encouraging calls for greater devolution in England

North needs greater powers no matter the outcome of Scottish independence vote

The region is united in its call for greater powers no matter the outcome of next Thursday’s Scottish independence vote\n

George Hepburn: The Scottish referendum has shown us that we must change - whatever the result

Journal columnist George Hepburn says the fervent nationalism emerging in Scotland cannot be ignored, even if there is a No vote

North East more pro-independence that the Scottish, online map shows

Poll by our sister website Us vs Th3m suggests folk living in the region are more keen on a yes vote than those north of the border

Journal poll suggests people are relaxed about Scottish Independence...but want more power for the regions

Younger people especially want to see transfer of powers from Whitehall, according to a poll by the Journal

Scottish Independence debate date draws near

The Journal is bringing together a panel of experts to discuss how changes in Scotland could affect the North East economy

Scottish independence referendum: Border skirmish in the offing?

Durham University’s Thom Brooks argues that if there is a Yes vote, Scotland’s liberal immigration policies could bring about changes across the whole of Britain

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