Boris Johnson will travel to Scotland for the first time as Prime Minister, calling for a renewal of the "ties that bind our United Kingdom."
During the Monday visit, he will announce £ 300 million in new funding Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The day comes when Scottish conservative leader Ruth Davidson said she does not support his plans for a Brexit without agreements.
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Ms. Davidson wrote in the mail on Sunday that she supports Mr. Johnson but would not support a Brexit without a deal.
During his visit to a Scottish military base, he will explain how the new pot of money will help communities in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
According to the latest growth agreement plan, funds are used for deals in Falkirk, the Islands and Argyll and Bute in Scotland, Causeway Coast and Glens and Mid Southwestern Ireland and Mid Wales.  The Prime Minister also plans to travel to Wales to meet with members of his peasant community and Northern Ireland to discuss ongoing talks to re-establish Stormont decentralization.
Before his Scottish visit, he said, "Our Union is the most successful political and economic union in history, we are a global brand and together we are safer, stronger and more successful."
"To look forward to our bright future after the To prepare for Brexit, it is important to renew the bonds that bind our United Kingdom.
"I am proud to be in Scotland today to make it clear that I am passionate about our great Union, and I look forward to visiting Wales and Northern Ireland to make sure that every decision we make is a reality As Prime Minister, we promote and strengthen our Union. "
On Sunday, Ruth Davidson, who does not vote on Brexit, wrote: "I hope immeasurably that the Prime Minister succeeds in reaching an agreement with the EU so that he can return to the House of Commons and reach an agreement the majority he needs.
"He has my full support in this effort. Where I differ with the British government is the question of a dispute-free Brexit. "
She added," When I debated the pro-Brexit side in 2016, I do not remember anyone saying we should crash the EU without provisions to maintain vital trade between Britain and the European Union.
"I do not think the government should seek a Brexit without agreement, and when it comes, I will not support it."
"I wrote to former Prime Minister Theresa May last year and confirmed my position her successor when I spoke to him last week. "
Minister of the Union  The appointment of Mr Johnson as Prime Minister and the possibility of a consensual EU exit from the EU have sparked new speculation about the future of the Union  Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reviews the timetable for a possible second vote on Scotland's independence, and Mr Johnson has been named "the last Prime Minister of the UK" by the SNP.
Both Mrs Sturgeon and Mark Drakeford, the first Minister of Wales, have informed the Prime Minister that it is 'irresponsible' for the UK to leave the EU without an agreement.
Mr. Johnson At the Cabinet's first meeting on Thursday, he announced that he would take on the title of Minister of Union alongside the title of Prime Minister – a move that a speaker called a commitment to strengthening the Union.
The Growth Announcement announcement comes after announcing a £ 3.6bn city fund over the weekend, initially supporting 100 cities in England.
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Mr. Johnson said, "As I said, when I stood on the steps of Downing Street last week, it is It is time for us to unleash the productive power not only of London and the Southeast, but of every corner of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
"Important projects such as the Government The Growth Agreements, which are now being re-funded at £ 300m , opening up opportunities across the Union to help people in every corner of the UK realize their potential. "
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Scottish Secretary Alister Jack said," This investment will build on the success of our existing growth agreements that will help create jobs and boost the local economy throughout Scotland. "
Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith said: "I am looking forward to working with our partners in Northern Ireland – in particular, I hope very soon, a restored executive – to see how we make the best of it, building on the success that we have achieved Had agreed on a city deal for Belfast, and the progress we've made on a deal for Derry-Londonderry. "Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns said:" Wales is the only nation in the UK where Growth Agreements have been announced for all our communities and the Prime Minister, and I am determined to build on the successes of our common achievements to date in South and South America North Wales. "