Officials at American bank JP Morgan have said they expect Scotland to vote Yes to independence in a second referendum.
Theresa May's first day in office and her Cabinet announcements dominated the front pages on Thursday.
Michael Gove has been sacked as Justice Secretary as Theresa May continued the process of appointing ministers to her new administration.
Theresa May will take over as the UK's Prime Minister this week after Andrea Leadsom quit the Tory leadership race.
Neo-Nazis have posted stickers in Glasgow proclaiming “white zones” since the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), according to a Glasgow MSP.
With more than half of results announced in the EU referendum, Nigel Farage declared "let June 23 go down in our history as our independence day".
So it's decided.
The Courier had reporting teams at local counts, and watching the national picture, as Britain voted on its relationship with the EU. See all of our coverage here, and our updates as the night unfolded below:
A composer has turned the tune that David Cameron casually hummed as he walked into No 10 after announcing his resignation date into an "evil anthem" fit for Darth Vader which has gone viral on Facebook.