THE three Unionist parties were last night at each other's throats over constitutional reform, as a row over "English votes for English laws" threatened to derail the timetable for more devolution that was promised after a No vote.
TWO days ago, as afternoon ebbed into evening, Alex Salmond announced that he would not be standing for re-election as leader of the Scottish National Party and, as a consequence, would not be Scotland's First Minister.
Alongside the mass political engagement which helped secure Thursday's historic turnout, one notable aspects of the referendum campaign has been the muscular participation of Scotland's cultural sector.
The Queen has hailed the country's "robust democratic tradition" and said she has no doubt Scots and those from the rest of the UK will "work constructively for the future of Scotland and indeed all parts of this country".
THE leader of Catalonia has said he will defy Madrid to hold a non-binding independence vote in less than two months, insisting his people deserve the same right to determine their future as Scots who voted to stay in the UK.