The UK "will always be greater together" and England use St George's Day to reflect on its role in "the word's greatest family of nations", the Prime Minister will say later today in a speech.
This St George's Day, I want us to reflect on one of England's greatest achievements: its role in the world's greatest family of nations - the United Kingdom.
In just five months, the people of Scotland will go to the polls and decide whether they want to remain a part of this global success story.
So let's prove that we can be proud of our individual nations and be committed to our union of nations.
Because no matter how great we are alone, we will always be greater together.
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