Today, Prime Minister David Cameron will visit the Scottish Borders.
The visit will follow a meeting with the First Minister in Edinburgh, in which he is expected to lay out plans for the increased devolution of powers to Scotland.
He claims these plans will transform Holyrood into "one of the most powerful devolved parliaments in the world".
It is the first time the Prime Minister has visited the Borders region since the referendum.
Scottish Political Editor Peter MacMahon writes about the Conservatives' devolution journey north of the border.Read the full story ›
Our Scotland Political Editor Peter MacMahon spoke to the Prime Minister during his visit to the Scottish Conservative Conference.
Watch the full interview on independence - and how it could affect the border - here:
Our Scotland Political Editor Peter MacMahon on David Cameron's argument that independence would mean border controls with England.Read the full story ›
David Cameron has been speaking to ITV Border's Scotland Political Editor Peter MacMahon at the Scottish Conservative Party conference.
When asked whether there would be border controls between Scotland and England this was Mr Cameron's response.
David Cameron has said his promise to make devolution work better for Scotland is not a consolation prize for Alex Salmond if the nation votes to stay as part of the UK.
Mr Cameron was addressing his Scottish party members at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
David Cameron addresses Scottish Conservative Party conference in Edinburgh
David Cameron told the Scottish Conservative Party conference in Edinburgh that a 'no vote' can mean further devolution and more power to the Scottish people.
"Let me be absolutely clear: a vote for 'no' is not a vote for 'no change'.
"We are committed to making devolution work better still.
"Not because we want to give Alex Salmond a consolation prize if Scotland votes No, but because it's the right thing to do.
"Giving the Scottish Parliament greater responsibility for raising more of the money it spends.
"So here's the re-cap: vote yes, that is total separation.
"Vote no, that can mean further devolution more power to the Scottish people and their Parliament, but with the crucial insurance policy that comes with being part of the UK."
David Cameron has told the Scottish Conservative Party conference in Edinburgh there will be 'no going back' if Scotland vote yes for independence.
"Six months from now the day will dawn , the polling booths will open, the voters will come out and the people of Scotland will decide - stay or go.
"Stick with the UK or walk away.
"If the Scottish people vote Yes in September, then Scotland will become an independent country, there will be no going back, no second chances."
"We face a monumental battle to keep our United Kingdom together."
David Cameron has condemned Scottish nationalists as "wrong and irresponsible" for dismissing warnings about the political consequences of the upcoming referendum as a "south of the border conspiracy".
Addressing the Scottish Conservative party conference, the Prime Minister said the warnings about an independent Scotland's currency and place in Europe were necessary with citizens ready to make a "major life changing decision".