Celebrities react on Twitter: 'Och aye, it's the noo!'

Journalist and broadcaster Piers Morgan took to Twitter to voice his thoughts

Celebrities have been tweeting their thoughts on Scotland's decision to vote against independence.

Jonathan Ross, Geri Halliwell and Piers Morgan were some of the celebrities who commented.

Are there any financial implications?

What's happened to the pound this morning is that the market didn't like uncertainty.

– Martin Lewis, money saving expert

Scotland has voted No to independence but financially what does that mean to the people in Scotland and the rest of the UK?

Money saving expert Martin Lewis joined us in the studio to discuss.

Nigel Farage: 'I'm very pleased that the union's been saved'

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'I'm very pleased that the union's been saved'

Right at the minute the English are getting a rotten deal.

– UKIP leader Nigel Farage on what we need to do next

UKIP leader Nigel Farage has told Good Morning Britain that "England needs a voice" and that we should start making changes today.

"The English do need a parliament of some kind," he added, "we need a constitutional convention to work out how we can have a fair federal United Kingdom where all four parts of the Kingdom get a fair say."

Actor Brian Cox says the 'triumph is social democracy'

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Hague: 'We are going to look at the UK as a whole'

Former Foreign Secretary William Hague spoke to John Stapleton this morning, he said, "when it is clear, as the Prime Minister has made it clear, we are going to look at the UK as a whole."

He added that greater power for people at the local level is "part of the development for the United Kingdom."

David Cameron: 'The debate has been settled for a generation'

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'The first minister has lead a remarkable campaign'

Kenny MacAskill MSP has told Good Morning Britain that he wants to see "the detail and delivery" of Cameron's devolution pledge.

Speaking to Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid he said: "We do expect the delivery and we do expect significant devolution."

David Cameron: 'The debate has been settled for a generation'

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The UK is 'stronger today than it was yesterday'

Ed Miliband speaking to the press today

Let us be absolutely clear; this was a vote for change. Change doesn't end today, it begins today.

– Ed Miliband speaking to the press today