Cameron promises more powers for Holyrood after No vote

Voting No in the Scottish independence referendum will ensure more powers for Holyrood, the Prime Minister has said, embarking on a two-day campaign trip to Scotland.

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Full Interview: Cameron on Scottish Independence

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:

Deputy First Minister attacks 'out-of-touch Tory elite'

Scottish Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said David Cameron's trip north is part of a "wholesale Tory takeover" of the campaign to keep Scotland in the UK, warning this could prove "disastrous" for those opposed to independence.

Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Ms Sturgeon said former chancellor Alistair Darling had been "sidelined" as the leader of Better Together - the cross-party pro-UK campaign.

"If they think shoving Alistair Darling aside and sending David Cameron and battalions of Tory MPs north instead is the answer, they are gravely mistaken.

"We will be better off if all decisions on our future are made here in Scotland rather than by an out-of-touch Tory elite at Westminster."

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Cameron honours 'proud Scot' John Smith on campaign

Prime Minister David Cameron has invoked the memory of former Labour leader John Smith - who died 20 years ago - on his two day campaign to keep Scotland in the United Kingdom.

Cameron hailed the Labour leader who passed away 20 years ago. Credit: Jim James/PA

The Tory leader hailed Mr Smith as a "proud Scot" who wanted what was best for his country.

Crucially, he said the former Labour leader understood that "wanting to be part of something bigger does not make you any less Scottish".

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Cameron: 'Scotland puts the great into Great Britain'

David Cameron is embarking on a two-day campaign trip to Scotland, four months before voters will be asked whether they want Scotland to remain in the UK.

The Conservative leader will use the visit to make the positive case for the union, meeting and speaking to people in Glasgow today.

More: No room for mistakes in the battle for Scotland's future

Mr Cameron insisted people from "all walks of life and all parts of the UK know, as I know, that we are all better together".

The Prime Minister added:

That truth is shared by millions of others. So my message is simple. We want Scotland to stay. We are all enriched by being together.

Scotland puts the great into Great Britain.

Together we are a United Kingdom with a united future.

– David Cameron