Promises will not resolve NHS funding crux

Rapidly rising cost of free universal care undermines short-term fixes

Miliband considers health tax for manifesto

Focus on eyecatching promise taps voter concern over NHS

Cameron to annouce anti-terror measures

Threat of returning jihadis prompts new powers to restrict movement

Cameron denies euroscepticism aids Yes vote

Salmond claims ‘outward-looking, internationalist approach’ for Scotland

Britain raises terror threat level to ‘severe’

Government says groups in Syria and Iraq are planning attacks

Police probe attempt to sell Scottish vote

Scottish referendum ballot papers were listed on eBay

Support for independent Scotland rebounds

Yes vote climbs to 47% after Salmond win in second TV debate

Nato states create new multilateral force

British-led unit of 10,000 formed in response to Ukraine crisis

Be less picky choosing allies than foes

Renaissance states made and broke alliances. Should the west do the same, asks Philip Bobbitt

FT’s Brian Groom reflects on four decades

Kate Bush and Scotland are in the news – it could be 1979, says the senior FT editor who retires next week

Cameron defends union on Scottish visit

Ukip defection exposes Tory faultlines

Party scrambles to see if other eurosceptics plan to follow

Restaurant Group boss takes company off Yes menu

Letter from pro-independence business people sparks row

UK to unveil anti-Isis plan at EU summit

Call for four ‘urgent’ steps to counter Islamist threat

Cameron’s problem over immigration

Britain’s PM needs a new policy to confront Ukip threat

Carswell’s defection is a pivotal moment

The UK eurosceptics are true believers, and nothing is ever enough for them

Ukip’s existing Clacton candidate stands firm

Ukip defector wakens Cameron’s recurring nightmare

Pushing euroscepticism up agenda hurts PM

Migration soars on influx of EU workers

Figures derail Cameron’s pledge to cut immigration

Tory maverick takes gamble on re-election

Carswell has shown little respect for party managers