SCOTLAND: ‘ Decides YES or NO But Cameron BEGS People Smacks at Desperation ‘

#AceWorldNews – SCOTLAND – September 17 – David Cameron begged the people of Scotland not to leave the United Kingdom as he promised them that he “won’t be here forever”. In a final plea before Thursday’s referendum, the Prime Minister warned Scottish voters in a speech in Aberdeen that separation would be a “painful divorce”.

Cameron Begs Scot's Not to Leave Britain '

Cameron Begs Scot’s Not to Leave Britain ‘

Mr Cameron was close to tears as he warned voters that Alex Salmond’s separatist movement had “painted a picture” of an independent Scotland that was “too good to be true”. He said the reality would involve stricter borders which could mean people being forced to “pack their passport when they’re going to see friends and loved ones”.

Mr Cameron also attempted to placate Scots who dislike him and his government by reminding them that he would not be Prime Minister forever. “Don’t think, ‘I’m frustrated with politics right now, so I’ll walk out the door and never come back,’ ” Mr Cameron told the audience of Conservative activists. “If you don’t like me, I won’t be here forever. If you don’t like this government, it won’t last forever. But if you leave the UK, – that will be forever.”

The White House on Monday reiterated Barack Obama’s call for Scotland to remain part of a united Britain. The President’s spokesman said Mr Obama wanted the UK to remain “strong, robust, united, and an effective partner”. In London, thousands of people attended a “unity rally” intended to encourage Scots to vote against independence.

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BRITAIN: ‘ UK Government Ramp-Up Pressure on the Independence Issue This Time Targeting Defence of the Realm ‘

#AceNewsServices – BRITAIN (London) – August 21 – The UK Armed Forces have a proud and distinguished history, here are 8 benefits to Scotland so say’s the British Government today and here is their 8 offers to say NO to Independence the number 8 is the best, given situation in others countries.


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#AceNewsServices says UK‘s North Sea oil industry at stake in vote for Scottish independence

NorthSea Oil PlatformBritain’s lucrative North Sea oil and gas industry, estimated to be worth up to £200 billion in potential benefits, may be in peril should Scotland vote for independence, David Cameron has warned, campaigning against independence ahead of the referendum.

On Monday, the prime minister is due to hold his first ever Cabinet meeting in Scotland, at Europe’s oil and gas hub, Aberdeen. It is only the third time since 1921 that the UK Cabinet will have met in Scotland, with the previous meeting being in 2009 when Gordon Brown took his ministers to Glasgow.

However, this time around, the UK and Scottish cabinets will hold separate meetings, with the First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond, discussing independence in the Aberdeenshire town of Portlethen. He said on Monday that opinion polls showed the race for independence is tight, according to Reuters.

“For the past 300 years, Britain has led the way in finding new sources of energy. It is the strength of the UK’s broad-based economy which can make the difference and ensure we can invest in our energy for the long-term future.”

“I promise we will continue to use the UK’s broad shoulders to invest in this vital industry, so we can attract businesses, create jobs, develop new skills in our young people and ensure we can compete in the global race,” Mr Cameron added on Sunday.

In the light of the meeting in the north-east of Scotland, the British prime minister said his Cabinet would focus on how the government can “maximize the benefit of North Sea oil and gas to the UK economy for decades into the future, giving a vital boost to local communities and families across Scotland.”

Scottish Finance Minister John Swinney said, however, that the North Sea has“suffered from poor stewardship from the UK Government to date” and that “fiscal instability has been a significant factor in under performance in the North Sea.”

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