Scottish independence: Cameron urges 'silent majority' to be heard
Prime Minister David Cameron has called on those in favour of the Union to make their voices heard ahead of the referendum on Scottish independence.
The Prime Minister was speaking in Perth, when he appealed to the "silent majority" to speak up for the Union above "the noise of the Nationalist few".
The UK government had earlier announced £500m funding for infrastructure projects and job creation in the Glasgow area over the next 20 years.
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the Scottish government would match that figure.
- From the section Scotland