Independence referendum live: Scotland says No

17 September 2014 12.30pm.

Stirling says No to independence

Stirling has voted to rejected independence by a margin of over 10,000.

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Perth and Kinross opts for union in independence referendum

Perth and Kinross has chosen to remain in the UK in the Scottish Independence Referendum.

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Angus votes No in independence referendum

Angus has opted to stay in the union after voting No in the independence referendum by over 10,000 votes.

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