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Scotland to Be Independent? What Would Happen Next?

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The boss of the London administration has not intention to resign if the September referendum will lead to the separation of Scotland from Great Britain, says Reuters. According to David Cameron, the “separation of the poor”, the Scottish, which are threatened to vote against the separation, only has a consultative purpose.
Scotland will organize a referendum to decide if they want to stay in Great Britain or not, or it will declare independence. This will lead to losing the statute of a European Union region, according to Brushless.
In an intervention for BBC Radio One, David Cameron was asked if he will resign in the case Scotland gets out of the United Kingdom. The prime minister declared that the vote from September has no connection with the politic function that it has, and that he intentions to remain in power until the end of his mandate, in 2015. “I think that, as a prime minister, I did the right thing by allowing this vote to take place, but the vote will decide if Scotland will remain in the Great Britain or not. It is not about my future as a prime minister, it is about the future of Scotland”, aid the prime minister. All the three main parties in England are doing a campaign with the goal of convincing people to keep the Union that lasts for 307 years, but Cameron will be found the guilty person if Scotland votes Yes to the referendum approved in 2012, hoping that it will fail.

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