Scottish independence: Salmond, Cameron loch horns over referendum





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Published on Jan 13, 2012

In the Scottish indepence debate, Scotland's First Minister and SNP leader Alex Salmond is at odds with UK Prime Minister David Cameron about a referendum. Salmond wants to use his Scottish National Party's first ever majority in the Scottish Parliament to hold a vote on Scotland's future in 2014. Cameron has called for the vote to be held within the next 18 months.

Salmond recently declared his intention to hold a referendum in the fall of 2014. That's when Tory austerity cuts are expected to hit Scotland hard, while Scottish national pride gets a boost from the Ryder Cup, Commonwealth Games and the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn, when the Scots under Robert Bruce scored a decisive victory over the English in the First War of Scottish Independence.

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