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Scottish voters choose to remain with the United Kingdom

Supporters of the 'No campaign' celebrate after the result was announced at a hotel in Glasgow, Scotland on Friday (September 19).

After a historic referendum that shook Scotland, Scottish voters have rejected independence, deciding to remain part of the United Kingdom. Supporters of the 'No campaign' celebrate after the result was announced at a hotel in Glasgow, Scotland on Friday (September 19). (Source: AP)

The results were announced on Friday (September 19) and were favored by Britain's political leaders, who had campaigned hard to convince Scottish voters not to break free. (Source: AP)

Former British finance minister Alistair Darling who is a 'No campaigner' for the Scottish independence referendum, is all smiles as he delivered a speech on stage after the final result was announced at a hotel in Glasgow, Scotland. (Source: AP)

Cautious older Scotts concluded that independence would be too risky financially, while younger ones were enamored with the idea of building their own country. (Source: AP)

Some has predicted a prolonged period of financial insecurity for Britain if Scotland broke away. In return for staying with Britain, Scotland's voters have been promised significant new powers by the British Government. (Source: AP)

A 'Yes campaign' supporter in the Scottish referendum walks with the flag held high through George Square in Glasgow. (Source: AP)

The vote against independence for Scotland, keeps the U.K. from losing a substantial part of its territory and oil reserves. (Source: AP)

A 'No campaigner' hugs a fellow Scott as they celebrate the results. (Source: AP)