Cameron returns to Scotland ahead of independence showdown

British prime minister David Cameron will return to Scotland today to fight for the union as European governments follow the climax of campaigning for an independence referendum that could trigger the UK’s breakup.

15th September, 2014
The Scottish referendum takes place on Thursday

British prime minister David Cameron will return to Scotland today to fight for the union as European governments follow the climax of campaigning for an independence referendum that could trigger the UK’s breakup.

With polls suggesting the Better Together campaign has failed to quash the pro-independence drive, Cameron will deliver a speech pleading with voters not to “rip” Scotland from the rest of the UK. Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond is joining business...

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