Cameron says Scottish independence issue settled "for a generation"

UK prime minister David Cameron said that the question of Scottish independence had been settled "for a generation" after what he called a clear vote by Scots to stay part of the UK.

19th September, 2014
British prime minister David Cameron

British prime minister David Cameron said that the question of Scottish independence had been settled "for a generation" after what he called a clear vote by Scots to stay part of the United Kingdom.

Cameron, whose own job would have been on the line if Scots had voted in favour of independence, said the result paved the way for a new balanced constitutional settlement for all of Britain, including England, and that draft laws granting...

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