All the results from the independence referendum are now in.
In an independent Scotland, everyone will have a cute wee dug.
Whatever happens in Scotland, just hope you don’t feel as bad as these poor cows.
Saltire painted on naked chest? Check.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. local time (2 a.m. ET) today. The people of Scotland are today being asked the question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?”. If they vote “Yes”, the 307-year-old union between Scotland and the rest of the U.K. will come to an end.
Scottish voters have rejected independence from the United Kingdom. The pro-union campaign won 55% of the vote.
This was an opportunity for social media users to engage in a historic political moment. Instead, they scrawled penises.
Anti-independence campaigners are quietly confident about their chances in the referendum. Tomorrow they’ll find out whether they’re right.
Will it be YES or NO? The fact is we know already. OR DO WE?
Featuring the slidey thing.
Plaid Cymru activists have flown up to join the campaign for independence.
Let’s hope people have made their minds up before reading this…
The former prime minister is not a very popular man among some sections of the pro-independence movement.
It seems not everyone is taking this thing entirely seriously.
All of these things will definitely happen.
The anonymous sharing app shows the strength of feeling over a debate that’s getting more heated by the day.
“People before flags, answers not slogans, reason not ranting, unity not enmity”.
The Vote No campaign really needs to up its game.
For the first five minutes, at least.
We asked the English (and two American) members of the office to draw Scotland from memory. We couldn’t be more sorry.
The Overheard In Glasgow Facebook group is amazing. Here are its best bits.
Can any amount of North Sea oil make up for the loss of Bargain Hunt?
The First Minister of Scotland tried to kick a football and looked really awkward. The internet responded magnificently.
Bowie’s decision to back Scotland’s membership of the UK really riled online supporters of independence.
Though they are not for or against a change in flag, the Flag Institute have come up with some ideas for what a Scotland-less Union Flag might look like to start a conversation on the matter. So this is us having a conversation.