BRITAIN: ‘ DAVID CAMERON’S CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES SCOTLAND & EU BOTH INEXPLICABLY LINKED ‘

By AceNews where I write. I quote what David Cameron has said “Mr Cameron has said his plans for Scotland are intended to create “The strongest devolved government anywhere in the world” – Will Cameron shred the Smith Commission? Scotland are in a VERY strong position here and Cameron knows either way home rule is a must for Scotland or it could end him… Good article from Ace News

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#AceNewsServices – Featured Post:Britain: May.09: David Cameron is going to have spend much of the rest of his premiership concentrating on constitutional issues, by necessity rather than by choice. The triumph of the SNP means that he has to address the Scottish question, while his own Conservative backbenchers will ensure he fully honours his pledge on an in/out referendum on European Union membership .

The two are linked in what amounts to the United Kingdom question – defining the future of our country and its main external relationship. Until now, these issues have tended to be seen and decided in a piecemeal way as if there were no connections between them.

At its most basic, a vote by the UK as whole, and, in particular in England, in favour of leaving the EU would trigger demands in Scotland for a second independence referendum, which could well be carried…

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2 comments on “BRITAIN: ‘ DAVID CAMERON’S CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES SCOTLAND & EU BOTH INEXPLICABLY LINKED ‘

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