Tomorrow’s referendum is not just an issue for the people of Scotland. The consequences of ending our three hundred year-old union will be felt deeply all across Britain, whether you live in east Scotland or East Surrey. Families would find themselves divided by a new border, businesses would face new barriers to trade, and as a smaller country with a weaker economy, the rest of the UK would be far less influential in Europe and the wider world. I passionately believe that the best future for all of us, whether we live north or a long way south of the border, is for the United Kingdom to stay together. As we approach the final hours of the campaign, I would encourage everyone to get in touch with family and friends in Scotland, to let them know why the United Kingdom matters and why it is in all our interests for Scotland to stay with us.