The polls in the Scottish independence referendum have closed and ballots will now be 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.
YouGov has predicted that Scotland will reject independence by 54% to 46% in its latest poll.
The result is based on phone conversations with voters after they cast their ballot today.
The first of the ballot boxes containing the postal votes arrived the vote counting centre in Ingliston, Edinburgh, around an hour ago.
ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports:
Currency traders are seemingly confident of a No vote with the pound going up during the day.
Economics Editor Richard Edgar is on a trading floor that is staying open all night for the referendum.
Islamic State militants have issued a new video showing another British hostage in Syria.
In the footage, journalist John Cantlie is used to promote the group's propaganda.
This report from ITV News Correspondent Juliet Bremner contains images from that video:
Both the Yes and No campaigns have been thanking voters who turned out to cast their ballot in today's historic referendum.
Yes Scotland leader Alex Salmond's Twitter account carried a banner saying simply 'Thank you' while his deputy, Nicola Sturgeon, tweeted:
Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont tweeted:
The Mirror reports that "insiders" have claimed postal ballots show the No campaign "winning comfortably".
“We are going to win,” a Better Together campaign source told the newspaper.
Boxes containing postal boxes have been opened as the count starts in Edinburgh.