After the referendum: George Eaton reports from Edinburgh with reactions to the No victory, Helen Lewis, Jonn Elledge and Philip Maughan debate devolution, while Ian Steadman and Fiona Rutherford mark a recent leap towards private space travel.
A look at what was happening around the country as Scotland voted no to independence.
The thorny issue of “English votes for English laws”.
Our present constitutional settlement is not merely unacceptable; it is broken.
Having opposed "two classes of MPs", Miliband faces a huge political dilemma.
The First Minister says Scotland has chosen not to become an independent country "at this stage".
Scotland has opted to remain in the Union. What happens next?
The No side is on course for a double-digit win.
The Prime Minister is set to speak first thing tomorrow morning. Following a No vote, he will have to address the English Question.
Full coverage of the 32 local counts that will determine the outcome.
The volatility of young voters presents an opportunity for Unionists.
We’ll be here all night!
The centre-right was defeated after failed privatisations, but a weak centre-left fell short of a majority.
Your guide to betting on tonight's result, turnout and timing, Scotland's next currency and the UK's future flag.
How early should we wake up on Friday 19 September to find out what's happened? Or will we just be awoken by Westminster politicians howling in the streets?
STEM academics are planning to vote No in today's referendum over concerns that they will lose a significant amount of UK-wide research funding.
Despite efforts to improve polling methods, survey polls still do not reach many parts of the population: the poor who have been passed over could be the key to a Yes win.
Should we expect a more convincing No victory tonight than the polls suggest? The vast majority of Unionists are supporting the campaign quietly.
With 97 per cent of the Scottish population registered to vote, a record turnout could swing the pendulum in favour of the Yes or No camp.
English-wide interests and identities need to be reflected and expressed in a reconstituted UK.
Looking at age, gender, class and party affiliation explains why unionists are more confident today.
The polls open for the Scottish independence referendum today.
We've heard a lot about the implications for the currency and the EU, but what would a Yes vote mean for culture, sport, elections and international treaties?
A selection of the best, or most ridiculous, newspaper front pages during the Scottish referendum campaign.
The belief that waves of proletarian Scots will carry the nationalists to victory seems far-fetched.
The pollsters have called the referendum – they all suggest the unionists will triumph tomorrow.
Scottish First Minister could make way for his deputy Nicola Sturgeon if independence is rejected.
We all know what David Beckham, Simon Cowell and JK Rowling think about independence, but how the country’s own rich could react remains to be seen.
The former Labour PM's speech was very well-received this afternoon. Watch and read it here.
The onslaught against the Yes side by big business and the Treasury has not had the success many expected.