“Please don’t go”: Cameron and Co. make desperate plea to Scots to stay in the Union

“Please don’t go”: Cameron and Co. make desperate plea to Scots to stay in the Union

Three of Britain’s mainstream party leaders have temporarily abandoned their seats of power in Westminster to travel to Scotland. The trip is part of a last-ditch effort to sway Scottish opinion toward a “No”™ vote in the upcoming independence referendum.

Journeying separately and addressing different audiences throughout Scotland on Wednesday, Prime Minister David Cameron, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and Labour’s Ed Miliband will issue an impassioned joint plea to Scots to vote to remain a part of what they insist will be a reformed United Kingdom.

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