Ed Miliband has taken a swipe at Jeremy Clarkson as he argues against the idea of an independent Scotland.
Speaking in London, the Labour leader took aim at commentators like the Top Gear presenter who "shrug their shoulders at the break-up of the union".
He said: "Having to say, 'Scottish or British, Welsh or British, English or British'. I don't accept any of that. It's always a false choice.
"A narrow view of identity would mean concern for the young unemployed in Scotland does not reach Newcastle or that we in England would care less for the pensioner in Edinburgh."
Miliband believes it is possible to celebrate being English as well as British and accuses those who want to break-up the union of having "a narrow view of identity".