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Alex Salmond announces his resignation as Scotland's first minister and SNP leader after failing to achieve a yes vote in the independence referendum.

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post 19 September 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog The two camps of Yes Scotland: nationalists and radicals

Alex Salmond's dramatic move - after a night of drama in Scotland and a day of confusion in Westminster - adds another variable to the outcome of the constitutional crisis.

post 19 September 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck Scotland: what happens next?

So Scotland is to stay part of the UK, Gordon Brown is at the centre of a new deal and Alex Salmond has resigned as Scotland's first minister. What actually happens next?

post 19 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Salmond resignation makes no camp's win all the sweeter

Opponents of Scottish independence will feel they have brought down Alex Salmond, who is to stand down.

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The result of Scotland's independence referendum electrified the UK - and the ramifications of the no vote have spread across the world (Reuters)
Scottish referendum: how the rest of the world reacted

The result of Scotland's independence referendum electrified the UK - and the ramifications of the no vote have spread across the world.

post 19 September 2014
Read more from Krishnan Guru-Murthy on Gurublog Scotland vote gives Labour a huge constitutional headache

The Conservative party now firmly believes Scots MPs should not vote on English laws - which could make it much harder for Labour to form a future government.

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Carwyn Jones, Wales's first minister
Andy Davies by After Scotland's referendum, what now for Wales?

Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones accuses David Cameron of almost "sleepwalking to disaster" in his call for "a new union".

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Alex Salmond to stand down - video

Alex Salmond announces he is to stand down as SNP leader and Scotland's first minister, one day after the Scottish people voted against independence.

post 19 September 2014
Read more from Jon on Snowblog The unmentionable House of Lords: key to a federal Britain?

Constitutional reform proposals are flooding out of No. 10 (without much consultation it seems) in the wake of the Scottish referendum. So is now the time for much needed House of Lords reform?

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by Edinburgh: capital of the new nationalism

Separatists from across Europe took over the centre of Edinburgh as Scots went to the polls. The referendum has become a model for pro-independence activists.

post 19 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog David Cameron's English offer

David Cameron risks jeopardising a Scottish devolution project which he promised as recently as last week in a desperate bid to turn round a referendum here that was slipping away from him.

post 19 September 2014
Read more on Michael's blog A year of extraordinary votes

Alex Salmond and Nigel Farage have seized the chance. Both are charismatic, cheeky-chappy personalities and outsider politicians who've brilliantly exploited public disgust with old politics.

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Krishnan Guru-Murthy by William Hague: our constitution is unbalanced

Commons leader William Hague tells Channel 4 News the constitution needs to be rebalanced to give English votes to English MPs.

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Alex Salmond to resign after referendum defeat

Alex Salmond announces his resignation as Scotland's first minister and SNP leader after failing to achieve a yes vote in the independence referendum.

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#indyref: Scotland votes no in historic referendum

Scotland votes no in a historic independence referendum - by a margin of 55 per cent to 45 per cent - meaning the union will stay together.

post 19 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog #indyref: Cameron - 'It's time for the English to be heard'

David Cameron in a statement at No. 10 promised to honour the pledges made to the Scottish people at the last moment in the referendum campaign. But he also said the millions in England must now be h

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#indyref: the winners and losers

Some came and conquered, others stumbled and crumbled while the union stayed intact. Channel 4 News picks three winners and three losers. Who are yours?

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Is the UK stronger with Scotland? - video

As Scotland votes to stay in the union, one British woman tells Channel 4 News that "we are stronger together," while a British man believes "we need to reunite as one to have power."

post 19 September 2014
Read more from Jon on Snowblog Scotland's message to Westminster

The referendum campaign has been an intoxicating democratic exercise in democracy. It represented something of a revolt against the Westminster elite.

post 19 September 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Ten conclusions from the #indyref

There's enough results in to say a victory for no looks highly likely, so here are some initial thoughts...

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