The UK faces a fresh threat to its existence because of the deep divisions over plans for a constitutional shake-up, it was claimed yesterday.
Scottish independence referendum
Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael claimed yesterday that pro-UK politicians had already started delivering on their referendum "vow" to Scotland.
Nick Clegg has claimed that the UK would be "meaner, poorer and weaker" without the Liberal Democrats in power - as he warned of an "un-British" threat posed by the SNP and UKIP.
Sir Malcolm Bruce has compared the SNP government to a communist dictatorship in a fierce attack on the Nationalists' record in the north-east.
Nick Clegg has claimed that moves for further devolution to Scotland are now "unstoppable" - despite accusing other parties of having no interest in reform.
Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has launched a withering attack on his Tory coalition partners - comparing them to a wild cat that will never be tamed.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has compared nationalists who continue to seek independence to Gollum from Lord of the Rings.
Four referendum vote counters in the Highlands were relieved of their duties after complaints about their conduct.
Prime Minister David Cameron will today signal that he believes Britain is broken - and his goal for the next parliament will be to carry out the repairs.
Boris Johnson has accused the SNP of stirring up "Londonophobia" during the independence campaign.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson believes the independence referendum has "smashed" the status quo and sent a "tremor" through politics which will last a lifetime.
William Hague has promised Scots that devolution in England will not pose "any threat" to the delivery of pledges made before the independence referendum.
A senior Labour front-bencher who was born in Inverness has admitted that the UK does not "feel fixed" in the wake of Scotland's referendum.
Gordon Brown's return to prominence during the Scottish referendum has been compared to Cheryl Cole's comeback on the X Factor.
Ed Miliband has unveiled plans to put the lessons learned from Scotland's independence referendum at the heart of his bid to win the keys to Downing Street.
The leader of the campaign against independence has said Alex Salmond has "lost the plot" if he believes Scotland could go it alone without another referendum.
Britain's most influential trade union leader has said that the Scottish independence referendum proved that Labour ignores the hopes of workers at its "peril".
A leading strategist behind the successful campaign against Scottish independence has admitted that many people's confidence in the UK has been "shaken".
Prime Minister David Cameron became embroiled in a fresh constitutional row within hours of Scots rejecting independence yesterday.
The seeds of the No victory were sown at the very moment that holding a referendum became inevitable.
A popular Inverness bar is holding an Independence Day party today - but it could be a costly day out for No voters.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has called for the delivery of a "radical package" of new powers for Scotland.
Polling stations across Inverness suggested a high turnout with voters flocking to the booths early in the morning.
Highland MP Danny Alexander yesterday predicted a close fought battle in the independence referendum - but remained "very confident" of a No vote.
Prime Minister David Cameron has reiterated his stance that he will not have to quit if Scotland votes for independence.
Chief Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander has predicted the "quiet majority" will be heard today - and that Scotland will vote No.
Five former EU commissioners have joined forces to warn of the impact of a Yes vote on Scotland's European status.
A former Moray-based RAF officer has announced he will be voting Yes in the independence referendum.
The Press and Journal's Westminster correspondent Calum Ross writes about what Thursday's referendum means for Scotland and the UK in the long term...
Military chiefs still have no plans in place for the thousands of personnel and family members in the north and north-east who could be affected by the referendum.
Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has re-opened the row over the status of Orkney and Shetland - insisting they could have a separate vote on their future.
Hundreds of people joined a rally in London's Trafalgar Square last night and pleaded for Scots to reject independence.