Scottish referendum: Yes campaign loses Western Isles
The Western Isles have said "No".

The campaign for Scottish independence suffered yet another blow on referendum night, losing the Western Isles constituency to the unionists.

The islands enjoyed a turnout of more than 86 per cent.

It was the fourth constituency to fall to the No campaign, following Clackmannanshire, Orkney and Shetland.

It was the closest-fought constituency so far, with the No campaign garnering 10,544 votes to the nationalists' 9,195.

The pro-union campaign have now taken all four of the decided constituencies so far.