Jeremy Corbyn has arrived in a Fife town in a show of solidarity with the local community following the loss of a school in a devastating blaze.
The Labour leader has made the trip to Dunfermline just days after Woodmill High School was hit by a major fire.
Firefighters spent 48 hours battling the flames after the incident broke-out at about 5pm on Sunday.
At its height, more than 15 fire appliances and 80 firefighters from across Scotland were involved in the emergency after the alarm was raised.
A 14-year-old boy has since appeared in court charged with wilful fireraising to danger of life.
More to follow.