Campaign to recognise WWII Arctic convoy veterans
Veterans Minister Keith Brown has joined calls for official recognition for sailors who took part in Arctic convoys during the Second World War.
He is due to meet some of the surviving Scottish sailors who risked their lives delivering vital supplies to Russia.
Their ships sailed from Loch Ewe in the north west Highlands to re-supply the Soviet ports of Murmansk and Archangel.
Men involved in the campaign are trying to persuade the UK government to award them a special medal.