Cameron leads tour of Scotland
Prime Minister David Cameron led an audience from south of the border on a tour of the north and north-east yesterday as he attempted to persuade them to join the battle to save the UK.
From the bravery of RAF Lossiemouth-based pilots and Fort George’s Black Watch troops to historic Aberdeen University and powerhouse Scotch whisky and North Sea oil industries, his emotive rallying call touched on them all.
Even Alford-raised singer Emeli Sande was name-checked as Mr Cameron pleaded with residents of England, Wales and Northern Ireland to “get on the phone” to friends and family in the north.
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