Nicola Sturgeon has said the Prime Minister is "on borrowed time" as he seeks to keep the United Kingdom intact.
The Scottish First Minister made the bold claim as both leaders marked the first anniversary of the independence referendum in which Scotland voted by 55% to 45% to remain in the UK.
In contrast to Cameron's stance that "Scotland's majority spoke" to keep the UK together, Sturgeon said the Government's "disrespect" of Scotland could put the unity of the nation in jeopardy:
The Prime Minister earlier outlined plans to secure the devolved Scottish Parliament and reiterates how the agreed legislation will make Holyrood "one of the most powerful devolved parliaments in the world".
Mr Cameron said:
May's general election saw the SNP win all but three of the Scottish constituencies while two opinion polls this month have suggested a majority of people are now in favour of independence.