Independence Debate, Independence Referendum

No win predicted; Salmond and Cameron react

Published: Fri 19 Sep 2014

First Minister Alex Salmond has praised the public for their support of the Yes camp as No closes in on victory.

THE First Minister and Prime Minister have responded to predictions that the No campaign is heading for a 55% to 45% win in the independence referendum. With just three council areas left to declare, including

Renfrewshire votes for No

Published: Fri 19 Sep 2014

Referendum posters in Inverness.

RENFREWSHIRE has voted in favour of a No vote in the independence referendum. Almost 120,000 people voted (117,612) with 62,067 voting for No and 55,466 for Yes. Seventy-nine papers were rejected. The

Dundee votes for Yes with 57% to 43% split

Published: Fri 19 Sep 2014

Independence Referendum, Scotland Decides

DUNDEE became the first council area to declare for Yes in the independence referendum. The city voted 53,620 votes to 39,880 in favour of independence. Turnout was 93,593 (78.8%) with 92 spoiled papers.

Just 86 votes separate Yes and No in Inverclyde

Published: Fri 19 Sep 2014

Independence Referendum, Referendum

ONLY 86 votes separated Yes and No in Inverclyde, with No winning by the slenderest of margins. Out of 54,601 votes, No secured 27,329 votes, with Yes getting 27,243. Twenty-nine ballots were spoiled.

Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar votes No

Published: Fri 19 Sep 2014

Votes can be cast between 7am and 10pm today.

THE public have voted 53%-47% in favour of No in the independence referendum in Eilean Siar. Yes gained 9,195 votes with No securing 10,544. Nineteen votes were rejected as spoiled. The turnout was 86.

Orkney votes No with 67% share of vote

Published: Fri 19 Sep 2014

Pupils voted no in referendum

ORKNEY has voted in favour of the No camp in the independence referendum. Just over 10,000 people voted for No (10,004) with Yes claiming 4,883. Twenty ballots were rejected as spoiled. Voter turnout was

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