The people of Scotland voted No.
Thanks to you for sharing your positive views of the Union in the many letters, comments, songs and poems you sent us and that we have been able to share on this website, Facebook, Twitter and in the Scottish press and cinemas. Thank you for engaging in the conversation and emboldening the silenced majority to speak up for the Union.
As the process of reconciliation and rebuilding starts within a new political framework, the referendum has shown it is the people themselves who, once again, will be central to making that process work.
We hope 'Why Build Another Wall', the VNB campaign song, will become a unifying song of reconciliation and celebration.
'The morning after: Scotland, 19th September 2014'.
A poem calling for Reconciliation and Unity by Christine De Luca, the new Poet Laureate for Edinburgh.
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If the Yes voters are successful they will also strip the rest of my countrymen and women of their British identity, utterly against their will. 'What will walking out on Britain mean for Scots?' asks Dr Richard Marsh.
"The history is important. We've fought too many wars together, shed too much blood. We've given freedom to the world. We'll get one chance - and it can never be reversed." - John, Peterhead. Fisherman.
John has shared why he's voting No. Tell us why you're voting No and hear the voices of many others here.
In his twelfth and final exclusive article for Vote No Borders, expert in constitutional law Professor Adam Tomkins closes his series of articles for us by giving 5 reasons for not voting Yes and 5 reasons for voting No on 18 September. Adam Tomkins teaches constitutional law at the University of Glasgow and writes here in a personal capacity. Follow him on twitter @ProfTomkins. To read all articles from Professor Tomkins click here. Scroll down to download a leaflet of these points.
Surely Alex Salmond's first duty is to be honest with the electorate, not threaten and bully those who tell the truth. In this letter Dr Richard Marsh (pictured) asks why not one single business is planning on moving North in the event of a Yes vote.