Scottish ex-Olympic champion: No vote better for sport

Former Olympic champion sprinter Allan Wells has told ITV News voting 'no' to Scottish independence will be better for sport.

He spoke after David Cameron recalled the spirit of the London Games, which he said showed the combined strength of Team GB.

Mr Wells, who won gold in the 100m in Moscow in 1980, said Scottish athletes would lose out on opportunities for medals, as well as training with the best in Britain, if Scotland were to vote for independence:

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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.