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Radio national axing rumours alarm browns

Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont says she will continue to press ahead with negotiations with Westminster to ensure MPs were given "a fair chance to participate", adding: "I'll be holding them to account for why they have lost their seats."

Downing Street sources told the Sunday Telegraph the PM could face an "unnecessary delay" with regard to his own demand the vote will go ahead.

Mr Cameron did not speak out immediately over rumours it was not true. "I'm clear enough: I don't want the vote to be delayed and I think those who are pushing for this will see that as an excuse to come back," he said.

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption What was the SNP MP's reaction?

A separate Downing Street source told BBC Scotland the PM hoped to conclude a deal on Wednesday in which MPs will be given the chance to be consulted - the first Commons majority for the SNP since 1979.

Analysis by BBC Scotland political reporter Dan Lewis

We've seen another cabinet reshuffle, another snap election. What do we expect from David Cameron?

A cabinet reshuffle.

And what are Labour?

No surprise there.

But what's striking about this is the complete disarray - of party leaders - to allow the reshuffle to happen.

And as a result, it may not happen. It may take place, but then it has a far bigger meaning to Labour.

Labour lost more than 100 seats on the last snap election and it's unlikely they will try again, so this will be a long and painful wait.
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Kenny Miller made it three on the bounce to give Sheffield United victory after a tense encounter.

Michael Keane scored the winner after coming on as a substitute in the 52nd minute as the Black Cats moved to within two points.

The victory over a side who were only a point above them at the time of the game means the visitors will move to third in the table.

McDermott got the better of a goalmouth scramble in the second half and it was only after Darren Randolph's free-kick levelled for 2-2 as the home side pressed for an equaliser that they were awarded a penalty.

McDermott made no mistake after his attempt was blocked by keeper Adam Clayton to save.

The Whites should be wary about not conceding a penalty as the match appeared to get out of hand on some occasions as United continued to fight.

That came at the start of the second half when Danny Murphy headed past Gary Johnson from close range after a loose ball.

The victory is United's third in a row under McDermott, who stepped down in August to pursue a role as a TV pundit with ITV.

On the back of three wins in five games - which came back to back at the start of October - the 29-year-old will be hoping to keep the club up.

But their opponents know his side will not be beaten - there has to be enough confidence in the players if they want to make the most of a three-point gap.

McDermott has started the last three games in which he has won against Blackpool in the Premier League, with both defeats in those matches coming at the hands of Blackburn and Swansea.

It is the second consecutive game in which United have drawn - in another meeting with the Blackpool side - as Ferguson was unable to hold on to a crucial points edge against the Welsh club at Old Trafford.

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