The Labour Leader Ed Miliband has outlined his plans for the future of Scotland to ITV Border's Political Editor, Peter MacMahon.Speaking at an appearance at the Scottish Labour Party conference, Mr Miliband claimed a "yes" vote in September's independence referendum would hit social justice.
Ed Miliband has told Scottish voters remaining in the union is the "right choice" because of the the "bonds and the history we share across the UK".
The Labour leader, addressing his party's Scottish conference in Perth, said the history "has enabled us to fight for equality and social justice".
The prospect of Scotland becoming independent is creating "massive uncertainty" for businesses, the head of travel firm Thomas Cook has said.
Harriet Green also told the Huffington Post the possibility of a referendum on Britain's EU membership was "unsettling" for firms.
– Harriet Green, Chief Executive of Thomas Cook
"There are two political uncertainties that are most unsettling for business. The first is the Scottish referendum and the second is the European referendum. Both create massive uncertainty.
The Scottish labour leader has told voters that there is a clear choice in the independence referendum.
Peter McMahon is in Perth at the last party conference before voters go to the polls in September.
The Labour leader Ed Miliband is currently on stage at the Scottish Labour Party Conference in Perth. He arrived around an hour ago and is now doing his best to persuade voters in scotland to vote to stay in the UK in next year's referendum.
Labour leader Ed Miliband will outline his plans to restore a sense of social justice to the whole of the UK in his key note address to his party's Scottish conference, insisting that the UK is "better together".
In an attempt to woo Scottish voters to vote no in the independence referendum, he will set out his vision to create a "country that is more just, more equal, more fair".
Labour leader Ed Miliband will use his keynote speech at the Scottish Labour conference to say he "passionately" believes Scotland should stay in the UK, and will invoke the memory of former Labour leader John Smith to make his point.
Mr Miliband will tell party activists:
"John Smith was a man who passionately believed in social justice in Scotland - and in the United Kingdom. Twenty years on, that flame of social justice still burns. And we can honour his legacy by winning the fight for Scotland to remain in the United Kingdom."
Delegates from Dumfries and Galloway and the Borders are heading to Perth this morning for the Scottish Labour Party conference. It's their last meeting before the Scottish referendum in September.