PM David Cameron’s Last Speech in Scotland Before Referendum
Breitbart London
15 Sep 2014

The full text of David Cameron’s final speech in Aberdeen, Scotland before the country goes to the polls in Thursday’s referendum:


We meet in a week that could change the United Kingdom forever.

Indeed, it could end the United Kingdom as we know it.

On Thursday, Scotland votes, and the future of our country is at stake.

On Friday, people could be living in a different country, with a different place in the world and a different future ahead of it.

This is a decision that could break up our family of nations, and rip Scotland from the rest of the UK.

And we must be very clear.

There’s no going back from this. No re-run.

This is a once-and-for-all decision.

If Scotland votes yes, the UK will split, and we will go our separate ways forever.

When people vote on Thursday they are not just voting for themselves, but for their children and grandchildren and the generations beyond.

So I want to speak directly to the people of this country today about what is at stake…


So this is our message to the people of Scotland. We want you to stay.

Head and heart and soul, we want you to stay.

Please: don’t mix up the temporary and the permanent.

Don’t think: I’m frustrated with politics right now, so I’ll walk out the door and never come back.

If you don’t like me – I won’t be here forever.

If you don’t like this Government – it won’t last forever.

But if you leave the UK – that will be forever.

Yes, the different parts of the UK don’t always see eye-to-eye.

Yes, we need change – and we will deliver it.

But to get that change, to get a brighter future, we don’t need to tear our country apart…



Read the entire address at Breitbart London.



Also at the site, We Just Saw David Cameron’s Best Speech…Ever

…It makes sense that the Prime Minister had to pull out the best speech of his premiership. It may well be his last.

If Scotland votes Yes to Independence on Thursday it would be hard to see how the Conservative Party could leave him in charge of the party and the country…



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