Scottish voters decided they are better off remaining part of the United Kingdom, a blow against independence that produced a huge sigh of relief in London and averted an uncertain future for the country.

Scottish voters decided they are better off remaining part of the United Kingdom, a blow against independence that produced a huge sigh of relief in London and averted an uncertain future for the country.

“The people of Scotland have spoken and it is a clear result. They have kept our country of four nations together, and like millions of other people, I am delighted,” Prime Minister David Cameron said in a news conference from 10 Downing Street.

“It would have broken my heart to see our United Kingdom come to an end,” Cameron said.

Independence leader Alex Salmond, first minister of Scotland, said he accepted the result, pledging “to work constructively in the interest of Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom.”

Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, voted for independence by better than 53%, but the two other big cities voted to stay with the U.K.

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