Responding to Prime Minister David Cameron's speech on Scotland's future, Plaid Cymru Parliamentary Leader Elfyn Llwyd MP said:
"It seems that the growing momentum behind the Yes camp has burst the Westminster bubble and the Prime Minister is appearing increasingly desperate.
"While the Yes campaign has set out a clear and comprehensive case for independence which deals with facts, the Prime Minister resorted to romanticised ramblings about whisky and world wars.
"The fact of the matter is that the No camp is devoid of any ambition or solid arguments in favour of preserving this tired, unequal and unjust union.
"In appealing to the rest of the UK to encourage Scottish friends and family to vote No, the Prime Minister is betraying the notion that the future of Scotland should be a matter for the people of Scotland.
"Successive Tory and Labour governments in Westminster have presided over decades of economic decline and growing inequality. The people of Scotland are waking up to this fact and working towards a fairer, more prosperous future where major decisions affecting their nation are made by themselves.
"Plaid Cymru is the only party which shares that ambition for Wales."