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Cameron to Scotland: Don't break away and erode UK's global clout

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech urging Scotland to remain part of the UK at the Olympic Park in east London February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech urging Scotland to remain part of the UK at the Olympic Park in east London February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech urging Scotland to remain part of the UK at the Olympic Park in east London February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech urging Scotland to remain part of the UK at the Olympic Park in east London February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech urging Scotland to remain part of the UK at the Olympic Park in east London February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech urging Scotland to remain part of the UK at the Olympic Park in east London February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech urging Scotland to remain part of the UK at the Olympic Park in east London February 7, 2014. Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that Britain's stability and foreign direct investment would be at risk if Scotland votes to leave the United Kingdom in a referendum later this year. REUTERS/Neil Hall

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech urging Scotland to remain part of the UK at the Olympic Park in east London February 7, 2014. Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that Britain's stability and foreign direct investment...more

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech urging Scotland to remain part of the UK at the Olympic Park in east London February 7, 2014. Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that Britain's stability and foreign direct investment would be at risk if Scotland votes to leave the United Kingdom in a referendum later this year. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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