Labour leader Ed Miliband will say today that Scots who want social justice must vote No in the referendum.
He will issue an appeal to working class voters – seen by many to be crucial for the result on September 18 – while on a visit north of the border today.
Mr Miliband is due to highlight the SNP’s plans to slash business taxes as he questions the nationalists commitment to tackling inequality.
On the campaign trail in Blantyre, he will say: “What is the SNP plan? A 3p cut in corporation tax. Low taxes for the richest with no return to the 50p rate.
“Not the energy price freeze. And an end to the social justice of the United Kingdom.
“Because companies will be competing across borders seeking to push down wage rates and tax rates and make your terms and conditions worse.”
Rallying traditional Labour voters, Mr Miliband will also say: “A Labour government is within our grasp.
“With that election in just eight months time the change Scotland needs is on its way.
“Electing a Labour government is the way to change Scotland. It is the way to build a just Scotland.
“The choice for social justice is No not Yes.”