Well if so we need to work on those extra powers starting tomorrow as all party leaders promised. Home Rule for Scotland within the Union with the Barnet Formula guaranteed by Burns Night, that's what the No Campaign promised. Let's do it.
Scotland is expected to vote 'no' in its referendum on independence from the UK, according to YouGov's latest poll.
After polling stations closed at 10pm local time, YouGov announced its final prediction which showed 54% for a 'no' vote.
"Today's responses indicate that there has been a small shift on the day from Yes to No, and also that No supporters were slightly more likely to turn out to vote," YouGov said in a statement on its website.
The polling group based its prediction on the responses of 1,828 people, together with those of 800 people who had already voted by post. They were recontacted after polling stations closed in order to assess any last-minute shift in views.
In one of Scotland's busiest electoral days to date, 4,285,323 people, 97% of the electorate, were registered to vote at 5,579 polling stations which opened from 7am on Thursday and closed at 9pm.
The first set of results are expected at 2am on Friday from Moray, East Lothian, Inverclyde, North Lanarkshire, the Orkney Islands, the Western Isles, Perth and Kinross.
He schemed, he plotted, he engineered, he poisoned and he positioned for ten years to be Prime Minister. Then when he got the job he had blown it within 5 months. And when he was PM he gave not one extra power to Scotland. He is the reason I was a Labour voter in 1997 and a Scottish Conservative voter in 2010 and a Yes voter tonight. He bankrupted Britain and he destroyed Labour.
Seanhunter - re remarks on Gordon Brown . He was unfortunate to take on the role as Prime Minister at the same time as the Global recession kicked in and the aftermath of the Iraq war and from then on it was trying to fire fight . I don't think any Prime minister had quite the same baptism of fire as poor Gordon had . Could anyone else have coped better . Who knows but I doubt it . As for you describing him as a calamity total nonsense .
What do people think the long term sp will be ( say 2 years from now ). I bought in all the way up from the bottom ( after chasing my losses during the crash ) then got a little too excited and bought more at 82p recently. The carrot of the dividend is killing me. If it helps, I can let everyone know when i'm buying so you can make a killing shorting.
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