Party leaders make final pleas to Scottish voters to save the union

Britain’s main party leaders are making their final pleas to Scottish voters to keep the union whole, pledging unprecedented powers to head off independence they warn would estrange Scotland from the UK forever.

16th September, 2014
British Prime Minister David Cameron addresses a press conference in Aberdeen, Scotland, on September 15

Britain’s main party leaders are making their final pleas to Scottish voters to keep the union whole, pledging unprecedented powers to head off independence they warn would estrange Scotland from the UK forever.

With 48 hours to go before the referendum, Prime Minister David Cameron, his Liberal Democrat deputy, Nick Clegg, and Ed Miliband, the leader of the main opposition Labour Party, revived a pledge to grant more policy making powers to the...

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