This week has been a very busy one for UKIP Scotland, and our leader, David Coburn MEP.
On Sunday, David had a piece in the Sunday Herald's Political Hustings, looking at UKIP's Education Policy.
Tuesday marked 100 days to the Referendum, and saw David heading to Glencorse Barracks to spend the day with the soldiers of 2nd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (Royal Highland Fusiliers) recently returned from a tour in Afghanistan.
You can see many more pictures from David's visit on his website, including a cracking shot of him with a Javelin!
Thursday, David and the team headed through to Glasgow for the CIPFA Conference in Glasgow, where he debated the NUS over Brexit.
Friday began with a visit to a Trussell Trust foodbank in Dundee, to see the vital work they do for the communities they serve. Here, he met the Ewan Gurr, Scotland Development Officer for the Trust. In the afternoon, the team came through to Edinburgh, for an interview with Holyrood Magazine.
Next week marks the start of the Holyrood Election campaign, with the dissolution at midnight on the 23rd of March and David Coburn on the BBC's Leaders Debate on Thursday night.
Keep to date with the latest UKIP Scotland news on Facebook and Twitter, and keep track of David on his blog at www.davidcoburnmep.com
The UKIP Scotland Team.