UK opposition leader to Scots: Spurn breakaway because PM Cameron is on way out

September 4, 2014 9:39 AM

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UK opposition leader to Scots: Spurn breakaway because PM Cameron is on way out

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's opposition Labour party will urge Scots on Thursday to reject independence in a referendum this month, predicting it would soon bundle from office ruling Conservatives that many Scots feel reflect English interests, with little support north of the border.

Labour leader Ed Miliband will say that even British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives think they may lose a May 2015 British general election, citing comments made by Ruth Davidson, leader of the party in Scotland, who said on Tuesday "it isn't looking likely" her party will be re-electe...

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