22 September 2014 Last updated at 07:16

Labour to 'reach out' to Yes voters"Yes" supporters

Labour is to reach out to supporters who voted for independence in last week's referendum, the party says.


Referendum reaction Live

News and analysis after Scots vote No in the Scottish independence referendum.

St Giles Cathedral in EdinburghService to heal Scotland's schisms

A service of reconciliation at St Giles's Cathedral rang with optimism as church leaders called for Scotland to unite after the referendum.

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Analysis: The Union lives on - now England expects

BBC Scotland political editor Brian Taylor on the challenges facing the Conservatives and Labour at Westminster after the referendum

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Scotland Decides: SCOTLAND VOTES NO

  1. No 2,001,926
  2. Yes 1,617,989
After 32 of 32 counts Results in detail

Features & Analysis

  • Yes/No bannersBig names, big moves?

    For the stars of Scottish politics, the next big question is who does what where?

  • AxeBack to the squeeze

    Douglas Fraser on the economic challenge facing Scotland


  • "Glasgow said Yes" chalked on to pavement'Yes' city

    Glaswegians reflect after majority back independence


  • A dejected "Yes" supporter in Edinburgh 'Gutted'

    James Cook on the mood among Yes voters in Edinburgh


  • Nicola SturgeonStepping up

    Could Salmond's deputy Sturgeon be the next first minister?


  • BBC Scotland people's panelPeople's panel

    How did our 30-strong panel vote in the referendum?


  • Alisdair Darling'The silent have spoken'

    Ben Geoghegan sees No supporters celebrate the result


  • Norham CastleOn the edge

    How does England's most northern town feel about No vote?


  • John Smith debating in 1979.TV moments

    The story of the 1979 devolution debate at the Oxford Union


  • Tellers counting votes in EdinburghIn pictures

    Votes are counted and results declared as rejects independence


  • Alex Salmond in the back of a carSocial media

    How the #indyref played out on social media.


  • Lord Smith of KelvinWho is Lord Smith?

    Profile of the man asked to oversee more devolution


  • Campaign broadcasts

    Links to the campaign broadcasts ahead of the Scottish independence referendum

  • Take part

    Join the audience for Radio Scotland's Big Debate each Friday

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