First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones has backed David Cameron's bid urging Scots to vote in favour of the union.
He said his message to the Scottish people was: "As fellow Celts, stick with us in the union that's benefited us so much over the years.
"At the same time, we can express our national identities."
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