The peer tasked with building a consensus on more powers for Scotland has told parties to come to the table with proposals.
Scottish Independence Referendum
Hear all our latest reports from the Scottish independence debate.
Nicola Sturgeon says becoming Scotland's next first minister would be "the greatest honour and an immense responsibility'".
The nationalists claimed they've gained more than 20,000 new members since the referendum, overtaking the UK-wide membership of the Liberal Democrats.
Six men have appeared in court charged with various offences related to a disturbance in Glasgow on the day the referendum result was announced.
William Hague has held out the prospect of talks with Labour on reform of the way MPs at Westminster vote in the wake of the Scottish referendum.
Shadow Scotland secretary Margaret Curran has urged those who voted Yes in the independence referendum to look upon Labour as their home rather than opponent.
Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted the timetable for new powers will be met, after Alex Salmond claimed voters had been "tricked" by Westminster.
Gordon Brown said he would ensure the commitment given by the leaders of the three main Westminster parties is adhered to.
Eleven people have been arrested after trouble flared in Glasgow when crowds gathered following the referendum result.
The SNP has a vacancy for a leader for the first time in a decade. Whoever gets that job will also assume the position of First Minister. We take a look at the process ahead.
Alex Salmond has announced he's resigning as First Minister after Scots voted No to independence.
The Queen has hailed the country's "robust democratic tradition" after Scotland voted to stay in the UK.
Scotland has voted by a margin of around 55%-45% to stay part of the United Kingdom.
Polling in Scotland's independence referendum has closed, leaving campaigners and onlookers across the world waiting to learn if the country will remain in the United Kingdom or not.
Tennis player Andy Murray has been subjected to online abuse after declaring his support for the Yes campaign in the independence referendum.
A Yes vote in Scotland's referendum would not only end a three-century-old Union - but also shift the UK's geographical centre into the English Midlands.
A former council leader has been arrested and charged in connection with an alleged assault at a polling station.
We look at the last week of the campaign through the words of those fighting for votes.
Rivals on both sides of the referendum debate take to the streets for a final day of campaigning before the historic ballot.
The First Minister writes a personal letter to the electorate.
Former US president Bill Clinton has stepped into the referendum debate - urging the country to vote to stay in the UK.
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