Borders MP Michael Moore debated independence with an audience of nearly 80 people at the Parish Church Hall in Eyemouth.
The event was part of The Road to Referendum campaign, which sees Mr Moore holding a series of open public meetings across the Borders to provide his constituents with an opportunity to get their questions on Scottish independence answered.
After a run of successful meetings in Duns, Hawick, and Selkirk, the meeting in Eyemouth was a chance to discuss the issues of the day ranging from currency and pensions, to Scotland’s place in the world.
Commenting on the lively discussion, Michael Moore MP said: “We have about four months to decide whether we stay in the United Kingdom family or go it alone.
“Anyone can attend these public meetings whatever their views, and I would encourage them to bring their family, neighbours and friends.
“I am looking forward to continuing the discussion and hope to meet with people from across the Borders at the next Road to Referendum meeting in the Jedburgh Town Hall on Thursday May 16 at 7pm”.