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The Scottish Nationalists attacked the Prime Minister for politicising the Olympic spirit and again challenged him to debate independence with First Minister Alex Salmond.
Speaking after David Cameron's speech at the Olympic park in London, Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the Prime Minister “hasn’t got the guts” to come to Scotland to deliver the speech.
David Cameron today invoked the Olympic spirit of Team GB to make the case against Scottish independence.
The Prime Minister says the UK would be deeply diminshed without Scotland.
Mr Cameron called on people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in favour of the union to make their voice heard even though they don't have a vote.
Here's some of the Prime Minister's speech.
The Prime Minister has given an Olympic themed speech urging Scotland to remain in the UK.
Speaking at the Olympic Park in London, David Cameron said the whole of the UK will lose out if Scotland votes for independence in the referendum.
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".
David Cameron is "cowardly" for encouraging unity from London and not debating Scottish independence in Edinburgh, the deputy first minister of Scotland has said.
Nicola Sturgeon said the speech was a sign of the "jitters" running through the No vote camp.
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