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David Cameron has admitted he is “nervous” about the Scottish independence referendum, but hoped the “silent majority” would choose to stay in the union. On what was expected to be his penultimate visit to Scotland before the 18 September vote, the Prime Minister told the Scottish Daily Mail: “I'm emotional and nervou...
Ladbrokes press release *Scottish punters move decisively for YES* SCOTTISH POLITICAL punters have moved decisively for a YES vote in next month's referen...
SNP press release First Minister Alex Salmond said the failure this week of the No campaign to offer a single new job-creating power has become the defining momen...
INTRODUCTION "It is just three weeks until voters go to the polls - in fact, postal ballots are being cast already - to determine Scotland's future... ...a future ...
Conservative Party press release Prime Minister, David Cameron will address the CBI Scotland Conference tomorrow evening. He is expected to say: “This is one...
SNP press release SALMOND SETS OUT INDEPENDENCE JOBS BOOST CHALLENGE TO CAMERON TO NAME POWERS GUARANTEED BY NO VOTE First Minister Alex Salmond will toda...
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26/08/2014 on BBC News
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