Edinburgh, Sep 19 (ANI): British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that the question of Scottish independence had been settled "for a generation" after Scotland voters called a clear vote to stay part of United Kingdom. Cameron said the result paved the way for a new balanced constitutional settlement for all of Britain, including England, and that draft laws granting Scotland new powers would be published by January. As the result of the historic Scotland referendum announced that it would stay part of UK, people awaiting the result were seen in mixed of emotions. Meanwhile, Scottish nationalist leader Alex Salmond conceded defeat over his bid to win independence and demanded the British government rapidly meet its promise of more powers for Edinburgh. Salmond commended Scottish voters for a high turnout, calling it a "triumph for the democratic process and participation in politics."