PM 'will fight with everything I have to keep us together'

Prime Minister David Cameron ended his speech on Scottish independence with an call to arms against complacency saying "we have seven months, and we must do whatever it takes" to keep the United Kingdom together.

Speaking from the Olympic Stadium in London, he said:

"Let the message ring out. We want you to stay. Think of what we have done together, what we can do together, what we stand for together. Team GB is the winning team in the history of the world. Let us stick together for a winning future too."

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

The Prime Minister has made his highest-profile intervention in the debate on Scottish independence so far by calling on England, Wales and Northern Ireland to persuade Scotland to stay in the union. His call comes ahead of September's referendum.