Isles MP and Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has welcomed last night’s no vote in the Scottish referendum and reiterated his promise to deliver more power to the Scottish government.
Following the announcement of a record 84.4 per cent turnout in Shetland, SIC political leader Gary Robinson said the challenge now was to keep people engaged in politics.
The turnout in Shetland for the referendum is 84.4 per cent, according to counting officer Jan Riise.
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