The Scottish Liberal Democrats are leading the campaign for a stronger Scotland within the UK.
On the 18th September the people of Scotland voted by a clear majority to remain part of the United Kingdom. Over two million Scots agreed that this was the best for Scotland.
Now the debate has moved on to what form a new Scotland within the UK should take.
Scottish Liberal Democrats have a long and proud record of supporting Home Rule for Scotland. We made an essential contribution to creating the Scottish Parliament in 1999 and growing its powers in 2012.
Now we must go further. We need to strengthen the Scottish Parliament to create a sustainable constitutional settlement. Holyrood needs to raise much more of the money it spends through new tax powers. That way we can determine our own destiny on the domestic agenda while retaining the strength and security of the UK. With these new powers we can tackle inequality, create jobs and invest for the long term.
We were the first party to set out what Home Rule for Scotland would look like. Former Lib Dem Leader Sir Menzies Campbell MP chaired our commission into "Home Rule and Community Rule", which you can download and read here.
But it's not certain that we can win the Liberal Democrat plan for new powers. Just like before, the Liberal Democrats are needed to drive and guarantee the powerful change that Scotland needs.
We need your support more than ever to make this change happen.
Help us ensure that David Cameron and Ed Miliband honour their pledge to Scotland. And help us stand up against the bullying of Alex Salmond who wants to undermine our place in the United Kingdom.
With your help we can secure the big changes we need to secure a stronger Scotland within the United Kingdom.