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Cameron may be the last prime minister of the UK

The Tory victory means great uncertainty for both the European Union and the United Kingdom

9th May, 2015

Not since Mr Gladstone had to contend with Mr Parnell and his band of fractious Irish parliamentary party members has a British prime minister had to deal with an influential separatist movement at the heart of Westminster. David Cameron warned throughout the election campaign that Scottish nationalism threatened to lead Scotland out of the union. All the while he did so seemingly unaware that he himself may yet lead Britain out of the European Union....

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