‘Don’t rip our family apart’: At last, the PM gets passionate about the Union and warns there will be NO going back if Yes vote wins

David Cameron today issues a exceedingly individual supplication to the individuals of Scotland not to ‘rip apart’ the Joined together Kingdom.
Writing in the Day by day Mail, the Prime Serve tells Scots that the rest of the UK ‘desperately needs you to stay’.
But he cautions there will be no second shots after next week’s referendum: ‘If the UK breaks apart, it breaks separated for ever.’
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In his enthusiastic safeguard of the 307-year-old Union, he says the UK family of countries has ‘punched above its weight for centuries’ – what’s more, refers to as confirm the Mechanical Revolution, the annulment of subjugation what’s more, triumph in the To start with World War.
Mr Cameron too puts party threats aside to back a last-ditch design revealed by his previous adversary Gordon Dark colored to fast-track new powers for Edinburgh.
‘Our message to the Scottish individuals will be simple: We need you to stay,’ he writes. ‘Together, the Joined together Kingdom epitomizes the values the world looks on with wonder what’s more, envy.’
With freeze developing in Westminster over a surge in bolster for independence, Mr Cameron, Labour’s Ed Miliband what’s more, Lib Dem pioneer Scratch Clegg have taken the exceptional step of concurring to forsake Prime Minister’s Questions today.
Instead, they will make unscheduled trips to Scotland to attempt to rally the floundering No campaign.
In other developments:  
With conclusion surveys recommending the choice is presently as well close to call, Mr Salmond expelled Westminster’s guarantees about more powers. ‘This is the day the No battle at long last broken down what’s more, fell separated at the seams,’ the to begin with serve said. ‘Together, David Cameron, Ed Miliband what’s more, Scratch Clegg are the most questioned Westminster government officials ever – what’s more, their aggregate nearness in Scotland will be another huge support for the Indeed campaign.
‘The message of this extraordinary, last-minute response is that the Westminster tip top are in a state of total freeze as the ground in Scotland shifts under their feet.’
There were too reports that the To begin with Serve had made provocative comments about his risk to default on Scotland’s share of the UK’s national obligation in the event that the pound was not shared.
Sources close to the Scottish pioneer told ITV News he had exclaimed: ‘What are they going to do? Invade?’
In a frantic offer to end the force of the battle for independence, Mr Dark colored this week returned to frontline legislative issues to propose a fast timetable to give the Scottish Parliament more prominent control over finance, welfare what’s more, taxation.
He said yesterday: ‘This proposition implies speedier change, more pleasant change, more secure change what’s more, better change. Quicker change since these powers can be in put extremely quickly.The major pro-devolution parties have told me they concur with that timetable.’
The Prime Serve had not arranged to be in Scotland until early next week, at the point when he is anticipated to make another visit. 
Our Union is precious. Don’t tear it separated
By PRIME Serve DAVID CAMERON  
As the individuals of Scotland put pen to tally paper next week, you will be composing the UK’s future in permanent ink. It’s a groundbreaking decision: there will be no going back.
That is why the fundamental party pioneers – Ed Miliband, Scratch Clegg what’s more, I – have concurred the right put for us to be today is in Scotland, not at Prime Minister’s Questions in Westminster. There is a part that partitions us, yet there’s one thing on which we concur passionately: the Joined together Kingdom is better together. At this significant moment, we need to be tuning in what’s more, talking to voters about the enormous decisions they face. Our message to the Scottish individuals will be simple: ‘We need you to stay.’
It’s troublesome to put into words what our Joined together Kingdom represents. This is the gathering of little islands in the North Atlantic that have punched above our weight for hundreds of years – what’s more, we’ve done so together.
When the world needed representation, we gave them democracy. At the point when they needed progress, we had the Scottish illumination what’s more, the mechanical revolution.
When subjugation bound pure people, we annulled it; at the point when totalitarianism debilitated freedom, we crushed it. A hundred a long time ago, our young men went off to war together – what’s more, they did so as comrades, joined together by reason what’s more, trust for a better world.
As people what’s more, as nations, we have done remarkable things. This is the extraordinary speculative chemistry of the UK – you blend together Scotland, England, Ribs what’s more, Northern Ireland what’s more, together we crush expectations.
And that’s just as true today as it’s ever been. Together we guarantee that the debilitated are minded for in our NHS; that no one has to reach for their credit card to get better than average restorative help.
Together we guarantee nobility what’s more, security for our elderly, with a benefits framework that we all pay into, from Land’s End to John O’Groats. Together, the Joined together Kingdom typifies the values that the world looks on with wonder what’s more, envy.
Just since our nations are incredible together, that does not mean we can’t be indeed better. That is why a No vote doesn’t mean a vote for the status quo – No doesn’t mean no change. It implies noteworthy further devolution for Scotland – major new powers over tax, spending what’s more, welfare all being passed to Scotland.
This is not about Scotland versus the rest of the Joined together Kingdom. It is about two contending dreams of Scotland’s future.
This week, the No battle set out more detail on this. Control for Scotland over how much cash it borrows, what charges it raises, how it spends that cash – all concurred by November, all put into draft enactment by January. This is the bundle that Gordon Dark colored sketched out on Monday. It is one I wholeheartedly support. Since we know that brighter future for Scotland rests not as it were on remaining in the UK, be that as it may too on having critical new powers.
This is the sort of clearness you require as you make this decision, knowing how it will influence your life, your job, the security of your country, the cash in your take – particularly at the point when you’re not just making this choice for yourself, yet for your children, your grandchildren, what’s more, their kids too.
With this timetable, we are giving individuals that clarity, appearing that by voting No, Scotland gets the best of both worlds: control over the strategies that matter, what’s more, the security of the Joined together Kingdom; the opportunity to diagram its possess destiny, what’s more, the bolster of three other nations; the notoriety in the world as a fruitful nation, what’s more, the clout of a world-renowned union.
But where we offer clarity, those who bolster detachment offer as it were question marks. Just eight days away from the referendum, they are still indistinct on what cash Scotland could utilize without the pound sterling. The design for Scotland to enter the EU is a clear page. The recipe for filling the open administrations financing deficiency is a clear space. While a Indeed vote may be a fortunate dip, a No vote is a ensured win for anybody who needs a stronger, more self-ruling Scotland.
The Joined together Kingdom is a valuable what’s more, unique country. That is what is at stake. So let no one in Scotland be in any doubt: we frantically need you to stay; we do not need this family of countries to be tore apart. Over England, Northern Ireland what’s more, Wales, our fear over what we stand to lose is coordinated as it were by our enthusiasm for what can be accomplished in the event that we remain together.
If we pull together, we can keep on building a better future for our children. We can make beyond any doubt our fate matches our history, since there truly will be no second chances. In the event that the UK breaks apart, it breaks separated forever.
So the decision for you is clear: a jump into the dull with a Indeed vote, or, on the other hand a brighter future for Scotland by voting No. You can have the best of both universes in the UK. You can have more powers in Scotland. What’s more, you can be part of a Joined together Kingdom – standing tall, producing a more secure future in this world, building more openings for our youngsters what’s more, grandchildren what’s more, the eras however to be born. That is the next section in our history; we can compose it together – be that as it may as it were in the event that Scotland votes No next week. 

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