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Can Tim Hortons thrive without its Canadian crutch?

Tim Hortons is about to enter the coffee-saturated United Kingdom. Will Timbits and leaky lids win over the Brits?
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Amid the fog of Brexit, Scotland makes an independence play

As Theresa May prepares for the fight of her political life, the impact of Brexit on the U.K. remains a huge question mark
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Q&A: Author Irvine Welsh on the ’Trainspotting’ sequel, drugs, and writing

A wide-ranging interview with the cult writer on Trump, Scottish independence, and oddly, why he’s hesitant to legalize drugs
‘Yes’ campaigners gather for a rally in George Square in Glasgow

How will Scotland react to Brexit?

Scots voted against Brexit in greater numbers than any other region. Will that vote lead to another referendum on independence?
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Scotland on Brexit results: ’We do not want to leave the EU’

For the record: Nicola Sturgeon on Scotland and the Brexit results
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Scotland’s kings get the Shakespeare treatment

Rona Munro’s James cycle of plays explores Scottish history with wit and drama at Toronto’s Luminato Festival
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Under par: Why a men-only club culture still persists in the U.K.

Prestigious golf courses and many of London’s ‘gentlemen’s clubs’ alike continue to reject gender equality
Reactions Following Scottish Independence Referendum Vote Announcement

Oil slump would have been disastrous for independent Scotland

The Scottish economy would be in serious trouble, had independence come to pass

U.K. Election 2015: A front-page gallery

With results still rolling, here’s how newspapers in Britain recorded election results
The Final Day Of Campaigning For The Scottish Referendum Ahead Of Tomorrow’s Historic Vote

The U.K. may have traded a simple crisis for a complicated one

The victory for No leaves just one problem: Is it really possible for the United Kingdom to go on existing? The Maclean’s Editorial