Scotland's No campaign triumphed in the independence referendum on Friday after the country voted to remain part of the United Kingdom. As always, social media was vocal with politicians, jokers and celebrities getting involved in the debate.
The Yes camp leader Alex Salmond accepted the result in a speech delivered on Friday morning, and in a tweet thanked the people of Glasgow, a city that voted for independence, for their support.
In the run up to the referendum, the U.K.'s main political parties promised more powers to the Scottish parliament if the country voted to stay in the union. Prime Minister David Cameron, now vindicated in his decision to hold a referendum, did not go back on his pledge and promised constitutional reform that would see more devolution of powers to Scotland.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg backed up Cameron in his promise of further powers to Scotland, while opposition Labour party Ed Miliband, also gave his support.
Shortly after the Yes campaign lost, Salmond changed his Facebook and Twitter profiles to say "One Scotland".