American president Barack Obama has welcomed the result of the Scottish referendum and said he looks forward to a continued strong relationship with the UK.
A former Apprentice winner has offered to remove indyref tattoos from Yes and No supporters following the historic vote.
Six people were arrested during the referendum ballot and count for offences including alleged breach of the peace and assault.
Activity in Scotland's housing market is set to see a substantial pick-up following the country's decision to remain part of the UK, according to estate agents.
Scotland's decision to remain in the United Kingdom heralds the start of "top-to-toe" reforms that will transfer more powers to every part of the union, Nick Clegg has said.
The No vote in Scotland could result in a 2p-a-litre dip in fuel prices at the pumps, according to the AA.
From a figure of fun among the Conservatives to a saviour of the union principles they stand for, Gordon Brown's political life has been rejuvenated by the referendum campaign.
Alex Salmond's independence dream is over - but has Scotland seen the last of this most committed of campaigners?
David Cameron has been accused of attempted "gerrymandering" after he called for Scottish MPs to be barred from voting on taxes and welfare spending in England.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has said that "change begins today" after Scotland voted to remain part of the United Kingdom.
Alex Salmond today conceded defeat in his fight for independence and said he accepted "the democratic verdict of the people of Scotland".
Author and pro-Union supporter JK Rowling was among the first celebrities to hail Scotland's decision to turn down independence.
Hundreds of people were still revelling through the wee small hours in George Square after the referendum results for Glasgow were announced.
The indyref was supposed to answer the Scottish question. Instead it ended up posing the British question.
Officials at the referendum count in Glasgow are investigating 10 cases of suspected electoral fraud at polling stations.
THE Royal and Ancient Golf Club has voted "overwhelmingly" in favour of allowing women members for the first time in its 260-year history.