David Cameron will today urge the "silent majority" of Scots who support remaining in the UK to speak up ahead of the upcoming independence referendum.
The Prime Minister will once more travel to Scotland to campaign or a 'No' vote in September's ballot.
Speaking about the so-called "silent majority", Mr Cameron will say: "With 77 days to go, we need the voices of the many to ring out across the land. For each one to realise that they are not alone because there are millions just like them."
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