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September 18th, 2014

Scottish voters have headed to the polls today to cast their ballot in a life-changing referendum which asked the electorate whether Scotland should be an independent country.

University of Birmingham students have rejected both proposals set out in the referenda, as the voting period ends after over a month.

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The formation of a coalition between the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats in 2010 was unprecedented. It signalled a public distrust of both of the two main parties by demonstrating that no party had the overwhelming support of UK citizens.

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After five days of voting, students are to be granted an extended period of time in which to register their vote on the two referenda. Votes are now able to be placed up until June 13th, meaning an extension of the voting period from five days to forty-seven days.

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