The United Kingdom: Four nations or one?

Can the UK’s politicians offer lasting, inclusive solutions to the constitutional fall-out from last year’s referendum on Scottish independence? The historical precedents are not encouraging.

A newspaper advertisement ponders the result of the referendum on Scottish independence, Edinburgh, September 15th, 2014. Getty Images

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