David Cameron tells Scotland: 'We want you to stay'

The Prime Minister is issuing a plea to England, Wales and Northern Ireland to persuade Scotland to stay in the union by saying "we want you to stay", in a speech today. The call comes ahead of the independence referendum in September.

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Sturgeon attacks Prime Minister's independence speech

The Scottish Nationalists attacked the Prime Minister for politicising the Olympic spirit and again challenged him to debate independence with First Minister Alex Salmond.

Speaking after David Cameron's speech at the Olympic park in London, Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the Prime Minister “hasn’t got the guts” to come to Scotland to deliver the speech.

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