David Cameron is embarking on a two-day campaign trip to Scotland, four months before voters will be asked whether they want Scotland to remain in the UK.
The Conservative leader will use the visit to make the positive case for the union, meeting and speaking to people in Glasgow today.
Mr Cameron insisted people from "all walks of life and all parts of the UK know, as I know, that we are all better together".
The Prime Minister added:
That truth is shared by millions of others. So my message is simple. We want Scotland to stay. We are all enriched by being together.
Scotland puts the great into Great Britain.
Together we are a United Kingdom with a united future.
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.