Good morning on the day the end of the United Kingdom has been set in motion.
The drama of last night is still reverberating around the world. It came down to the last votes to be recorded as the Yes campaign edged ahead of the No campaign by just 998 votes.
The No campaign is ecstatic. Alex Salmond's masterful use of the Commonwealth games has paid of as an idea that has never enjoyed a majority is Scottish politics at any moment except yesterday has lead to the end of one of histories key political entities. this morning CNN are comparing it to the sacking of Rome.
This morning is a morning of hangovers, though those who earned them celebrating can perhaps bare them better than those who learn today they will no longer be British, and indeed their country is dead.
Also this morning we have learnt that No 10 has asked for an appointment at the Palace, where the speculation is the Prime Minister will resign.
Today things have been set in motion that were never even dreamed of when the Coalition government thought it would be clever to call the SNP's bluff.
This morning there were riots in Belfast and calls from the Cardiff assembly for 'more powers'.
Tomorrow the painful divorce will begin. Already a number of No campaigners have spoken to accept defeat, and demand to be included in the negotiations.
There are calls from some not to accept the result.