19 September 2014
Constitutional change used to be a marginal pastime but in the aftermath of Scotland's decision it is all important.
Alex Salmond is to step down as first minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader after voters rejected independence in Thursday's referendum.
As Scotland votes to stay in the UK Alex Salmond calls for the pledge of more devolved powers to be carried out, and David Cameron says the commitments will be honoured in full.
PM David Cameron says it is time for millions of voices in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to be heard after Scotland votes to stay in the UK.
The life and times of Scotland's independence leader
The politics of trying to answer the English Question
English cities and councils want more power but do the public?
What it is and why it's not been answered. Yet.
How the #indyref played out on social media.
Scotland's vote has opened explosive questions for UK's future
What impact will Scottish vote have on Ed Miliband's party?
The life and political career of Ian Paisley
See how political parties are doing in the latest opinion surveys
Coverage of European election results and reaction
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