Cameron, Clegg, Miliband in joint effort to bolster 'no' vote

  • Burying their political differences, even if temporarily, Britain’s top political leaders from the three main parties are travelling to Scotland in an attempt to stop a further slide of votes into the ‘yes’ camp and prevent the break-up of the union. 

    David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband are travelling separately to Scotland, but the message is the same: “better together.” In a joint statement, the three leaders said they had a simple message for the people of Scotland: “We want you to stay.”



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