PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on Scotland referendum


The prime minister and Labour leader both said the UK was stronger for Scotland remaining within the union, as they discussed the issue of a Scottish referendum at PMQs.

David Cameron said he and Ed Miliband were 100% in agreement, adding "Let's keep our country together'".

He attacked SNP policy for "putting off" a poll and accused the nationalists of wanting a "never-endum" and not a referendum.

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