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Scotland will remain a part of the United Kingdom after voters backed the No campaign in yesterday’s independence referendum.
The anti-independence movement won 55% of the vote, with the Better Together leader Alistair Darling claiming Scots had “chosen unity over division”.
First Minister Alex Salmond accepted the verdict of the people and said Scotland would “go forward as one nation”. David Cameron said this morning the issue had been "settled for a generation".
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Twitter 05:44 | Well done to Glasgow, our commonwealth city, and to the people of Scotland for such a incredible supportAlex Salmond
Twitter 05:41 | I've spoken to Alistair Darling - and congratulated him on an well-fought campaign. #indyrefDavid Cameron
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