Scottish independence: David Cameron says Scotland is 'better off in UK'
The prime minister has suggested he is open to a discussion about further devolution after the Scottish people have voted in the independence referendum.
David Cameron said he wanted the independence issue settled first.
He was in Edinburgh to argue for the union, which he says leaves Scotland richer, fairer and stronger.
Speaking to BBC News, Mr Cameron said Scotland could go it alone, but that it would be "deeply sad" if it did become an independent country.