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David Cameron makes speech on Scotland

7 February 2014 Last updated at 10:39 GMT

David Cameron is to urge Scotland to vote against independence in September's referendum, saying: "We want you to stay."

In a speech in London, the prime minister will argue that the whole UK would be "deeply diminished" if Scotland opted to leave.

Mr Cameron will also warn supporters of the Union against "complacency".

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