The polls in the Scottish independence referendum have closed and ballots are now being counted. A Yes vote in the historic ballot would see the 307-year-old union between Scotland and the rest of the UK brought to an end.
North Lanarkshire has become the third area to vote Yes in the Scottish referendum.
The gathered No supporters have started making their presence felt at the count in Edinburgh. What started as a quiet vigil watching the results has now taken on a celebratory mood.
Meanwhile just yards away the smiles and confidence of the Yes camp seem to have disappeared completely.
East Dunbartonshire has voted against independence by 48,314 votes to 30,624.
East Renfrewshire votes No in Scottish referendum. No won 41,690 votes, compared to 24,287 for Yes.
Dumfries & Galloway has voted in against Scottish independence by 70,039 ballots to 36,614.
Aberdeen City votes No in Scottish referendum by a margin of more than 20,000 votes
Angus has voted against independence by 45,192 votes to 35,044.
Scotland's Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon celebrated as West Dunbartonshire voted in favour of independence.
Out of 12 areas declared so far, just two have opted for independence.
Falkirk has voted against independence by a margin of 58,030 to 50,489.
There was a turnout of 88.7%.
Stirling votes No to independence in the Scottish referendum with 37,153 votes to 25,010.