Don’t use “referendum” to punish unpopular Westminster Parties, PM – David Cameron close to tears!
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the “Conservative Party,” David Cameron, on Wednesday 10th September, 2014. urged voters not to use the referendum to punish unpopular Westminster parties.
The PM said:
Because it is an election people think it’s like a general election. If you are fed up with the effing Tories, you can give them a kick and then maybe we’ll think again. This is totally different, it is not a decision about the next five years, but the next century. The movement in Scotland is decisively towards ‘Yes’.
Reports from Dailymail says – in an extraordinary intervention, he appeared close to tears during a speech in Edinburgh in which he acknowledged the unpopularity of the Conservatives in Scotland but warned that the result of next week’s vote will stand for 100 years.
He cancelled his appearance at PMQs to travel to Scotland, leading Alex Salmond to claim Team Westminster is ‘panicking’,
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