A teary-eyed David Cameron begged Scots to vote no for independence in the referendum vote on Thursday.
“Please don’t break this family apart,” he said. “Please, please don’t let anyone tell you you can’t be a proud Scot and a proud Brit. If you don’t like me – I won’t be here forever. If you don’t like this government – it won’t last forever.”
This was the Prime Minister’s tenth and final visit to Scotland before the historic vote.
Cameron added: “So this is our message to the people of Scotland…We want you to stay. Head and heart and soul, we want you to stay.
“For the people of Scotland to walk away now would be like painstakingly building a home – and then walking out the door and throwing away the keys.”
According to the latest YouGov poll, 72% of people in Scotland think Cameron has handled the referendum campaign badly. The same poll showed that 59% people think Alex Salmond has performed well.