David Cameron has given a speech in Scotland explaining that no party works as hard in Holyrood as the Conservatives.
Rallying supporters in Inverness, the Prime Minister pledged that the Conservatives stand ready to deliver for Scotland. He urged them to "fight this election with every ounce of energy we've got."
He added: "let this be our message: common sense for the common good. The Conservatives stand ready to deliver, to serve and to give the people of Scotland the sensible, no-nonsense leadership they deserve."
In his speech David also attacked the "senseless mudslinging" of Labour and the SNP:
"Now, Alex Salmond and Iain Gray think this election is all about them. Here's a novel idea: shouldn't this election be about Scotland and the Scottish people? They don't want senseless mudslinging. They want straight talking and delivery on the issues that matter. It's only Conservatives who offer both."
Alongside a call to arms to vote No in the AV referendum, David Cameron also set out what our party offers the people of Scotland:
"Let us say this to the great people of this great country: If you back enterprise, support the family, believe in real fairness and want more power over your life, if you are a proud Scot, but also proud of our United Kingdom, the Conservatives are the party for you."
You can read the full text of David's speech here.