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26th September 2014 at 01:00

scotletters@tesglobal.com

Short and tweet: referendum special

Tomorrow, let democracy win. Let us be mindful of others. And let us continue to push for a brighter future for Scotland, whatever the result.

@Mr_McLaughlin

A sight I have never seen in an election before: hordes of young people in school blazers going in to vote. As it should be.

@markruskell

Canny believe it, PEOPLE IN SPRINGBURN ARE QUEUEING UP TO VOTE!! Never been seen before :)

@Wullie1964

Constitutional chain reaction. Let the games begin.

@karenlawson3

Absolutely devastated.

@TracyA_C

Feel weirdly empty.

@JamieHalvorson

We have just voted for pound;9,000 tuition fees and limited social access.

@mrdissent

On train to work in Glasgow. Complete silence, no banter.

@MissJ0nes

It's over people. Thank god. Love everyone.

@David_AC_Grant

Fact of the day: more people voted No last Thursday than voted at all in 2011 Scottish Parliament election (2011 = 1,999,080 v 2014 = 2,001,926)

@kdugdalemsp

If any No voter is thinking of gloating when 1.6 million of our fellow citizens voted to quit our United Kingdom, think again.

@ProfTomkins

Scotland's young people backed independence. They really are #GenerationYes.

@ToniGiugliano

My son has just left George Square after 30 hours in Glasgow. Had to walk through people burning

a Saltire and making Nazi salutes.

@ajcorrigan

@ajcorrigan Young people like your son are our future. You must be incredibly proud to have a son who cares about others.

@GlasgowTweacher

I worry that the 45 [per cent] movement limits push for change to those who were "right" first. What about the many who realise too late and want change too?

@MrsKrabapple

Memo to Yessers: to win progress we need to build a bridge between the 45 and the 55, not dig a trench.

@AndrewWilsonAJW

@RichardKerley says we've already got quasi-judicial asymmetric federalism. Messy! #InRefBreakfast

@sarathiam

"#indyref was about social issues, not constitutional technicalities" - a comment from our post-referendum breakfast audience.

@csppscotland

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