A Nationalist MP has flown the St George's Cross from his Stornoway office to say thanks to English constituents who have voted SNP.
Angus MacNeil flying the Saltire and St George's Cross
The gesture on Friday came on the last working day before St George's Day.
Angus MacNeil, MP for the Western Isles, said he was also flying the St George Cross flag as a 'mark of respect' to England.
He said: "I feel it is important that we as Scots recognise the achievements of our neighbours."