David Cameron has been in the south of Scotland today making the case for a "No" vote in the independence referendum.
It was the second day of his campaign tour north of the Border ahead of September's vote.
The Prime Minister met pupils from Lockerbie Academy to hear their views. And in an exclusive interview for this programme he promised the Tories would give Holyrood more powers if Scots reject independence.
Our Scotland Political Editor, Peter MacMahon, reports:
The Prime Minister has been in the south of Scotland today, campaigning for the Union.
He visited Lockerbie Memorial and spoke to young people from Lockerbie Academy about September's independence referendum.
Afterwards he told our Political Editor, Peter MacMahon, the Tories will promise to give Holyrood more power if there is a "no" vote in September.
Here's the full interview:
Moving visit to the Lockerbie Memorial - a place of solace for all those who lost loved ones on that terrible night. http://t.co/BLPYIaxY40
David Cameron has been in the south of Scotland today to campaign for the Union ahead of the independence referendum.
The Prime Minister met pupils from Lockerbie Academy for a question and answer session.
David Cameron is at Lockerbie ice rink to speak to young people about the Scottish independence referendum.
The Prime Minister is in Dumfries and Galloway today as part of a Scotland wide visit.
David Cameron is expected to meet local school children and discuss the implications of young voters in this year's independence referendum.
The Prime Minister will deliver an Olympic themed speech as he urges Scotland to remain part of the UK later today.
At the Olympic Park in London, David Cameron will argue that the whole of the UK will lose if Scotland votes for independence in the referendum.
The Prime Minister has also criticised high payments to public officials following reports of a large severance deal being given to the Chief Executive of Cumbria County Council.
55-year-old Jill Stannard is retiring early from her post, which has a salary of £170,000 a year.
Carlisle's MP John Stevenson says he believes she will receive a large pay off:
The Prime Minister has said he will investigate the actions of Cumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner following the arrest of three whistleblowers last week.
Details of how Richard Rhodes hired a chauffer driven Mercedes at a cost of almost £700 were leaked to a local newspaper.
Following a complaint by the Commissioner's office, three arrests were made, but Mr Rhodes insists that complaint did not come from him.
The Prime Minister was responding to a question from the Cumbrian MP Tim Farron:
A Borders politician has hit out at plans to hold a debate on Margaret Thatcher at Holyrood on the day of her funeral.
Tory MSP John Lamont says the timing has been designed to cause upset and offence.
But the Scottish Green party, who called the debate on Wednesday, say it's important to discuss the impact of the Thatcher years on Scotland.