Scotland risks losing its shipyards if voters opt for independence, MPs on Westminster's Scottish affairs committee said today.
The committee's MPs said the country's shipbuilding industry relied on Royal Navy contracts and had "little prospect" of winning any work outside Britain - let alone for restricted weapons.
Chairman Ian Davidson said the industry faced a "stark and clear" choice.
"Stay in the UK and Scottish shipyards have a secure source of work for decades to come - the Clyde will become the British centre of excellence for naval surface ships and secure the entire contract for the ground-breaking new Type-26 ships.
"Leave the UK, and the Clyde will not be eligible for UK-restricted orders and will have little prospect of winning export work.
"In short, leave the UK and Scottish shipyards are doomed," he said.