Everyone living in the United Kingdom will be "profoundly affected" by outcome of the Scottish independence referendum, David Cameron is expected to say in a speech later today.
Speaking from the Olympic stadium, the Prime Minister will argue that the UK is a "powerful brand" in the modern world, with a global reputation for being "unique, brilliant, creative, eccentric, ingenious".
My argument today is that though only four million people can vote in this referendum, all 63 million of us are profoundly affected.
There are 63 million of us who could wake up on September 19 in a different country, with a different future ahead of it.
That's why this speech is addressed not to the people of Scotland, but to the people of England, Wales and Northern Ireland...
We would be deeply diminished without Scotland. This matters to all our futures. And everyone in the UK can have a voice in this debate
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