Alex Salmond today said he would be standing down as Scotland's First Minister and Scottish National Party leader after voters in Scotland rejected independence in an historic referendum.
A second house being searched in connection with the disappearance of schoolgirl Alice Gross is a former home of official suspect Arnis Zalkalns, the owner has said.
Radoslav Andric said he last saw Zalkalns at the rental property in Hanwell, west London, two days before Alice went missing.
He said the Latvian builder moved out of the property more than a year ago, but had returned to see friends.
Mr Andric said he believed Zalkalns had come back because his bike was not working properly.
Union supporters have chanted 'Rule Britannia' and 'Scotland said No' in George Square, Glasgow, leading to police separating them from Yes campaigners
ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward, who is in George Square, said:
Showers may turn thundery in Southern England and Wales but drier in the North tonight.
Cooler in Scotland with temperatures dropping to around 8 degrees but muggy in the south of England with temperatures around 16 degrees.
Bright sunny spells forecast for tomorrow with cloud and drizzle forecast for East Anglia and Yorkshire while temperatures in the South East could reach 22 degrees.
The debate has already begun in Westminster on a timetable for change in Scotland and the rest of the UK.
Prime Minister David Cameron has said English MPs should be the only ones to vote on English matters, which would have potentially seismic implications for parliament.
ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports:
The passion stirred up by the Yes campaign in Scotland has inspired similar feelings among some in northern England's larger cities.
In Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle, there is a growing sense that they too, should be given more powers to self-govern.
ITV News Diplomatic Correspondent John Ray reports:
Alex Salmond's lifelong dream of leading an independent Scotland is over.
Scotland rejected independence by 55% to 45% leaving Britain's 307-year union remains intact and as a result Salmond has stepped down as First Minister and leader of the SNP.
Meanwhile, Westminster's relief over the vote has given way to the realisation that this campaign will change the way the UK is run.
David Cameron has today announced more powers for England and that will have huge repercussions for the whole of the UK.
ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby reports:
ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports from Glasgow:
The Queen said Scotland's vote to stay part of the UK was "a result that all of us throughout the United Kingdom will respect".