Prime Minister David Cameron has invoked the memory of former Labour leader John Smith - who died 20 years ago - on his two day campaign to keep Scotland in the United Kingdom.
The Tory leader hailed Mr Smith as a "proud Scot" who wanted what was best for his country.
Crucially, he said the former Labour leader understood that "wanting to be part of something bigger does not make you any less Scottish".
David Cameron has spent the first half of the day campaigning in parts of the UK where he and his party are not over-represented.
The PM has to walk a tightrope when it comes to the Scotland; winning support is one challenge, but not losing it may be just as tough.